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Mallams 1788

Jewellery & Watches Silver & Objetsde Vertu 25 & 26 March 2020 OXFORD


FURTHER CONSIGNMENTS INVITED

Modern British & Post-War Art

John Piper (1903-1992) ‘Bastle House, Doddington’,1975, mixed media £3000-5000

22 May 2020 OXFORD

For enquiries please contact Max Fisher T: 01865 241358 or E: max.fisher@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk Mallams Auctioneers, Bocardo House, St Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB

Mallams 1788


Mallams 1788

Jewellery& Watches Wednesday 25 March at 11am

Silver &Objets de Vertu Thursday 26 March at 11am Viewing Saturday 21 March 9am – 1pm Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 March 9am – 5pm And the morning of each sale day

Auction Mallams Auctioneers Bocardo House 24a St. Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB Condition Reports oxford2@mallams.co.uk

Bids 01865 241358 01865 725483 (fax) To bid via the internet please go to www.the-saleroom.com Or to view the catalogue online go to www.mallams.co.uk

Enquiries Jewellery & Watches Louise Dennis FGA DGA louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk Silver & Objets de Vertu Alicia Rogers alicia.rogers@mallams.co.uk

Front cover – Lot 222 Back cover – Lot 586 www.sofaa.org

Any lot not illustrated in the catalogue can be viewed online at www.mallams.co.uk


Mallams

Order of Sale

1788

Jewellery& Watches Wednesday 25 March at 11am Jewellery & Watches

1 – 311

Coins, Medals & Banknotes

312 - 384

Silver &Objets de Vertu Thursday 26 March at 11am Silver & Objets de Vertu 401 – 686

Condition Reports and Images: oxford2@mallams.co.uk Important Sale Notice: Buyer’s premium 27% inclusive of VAT on each lot Lots purchased via saleroom.com will incur an additional charge of 4.95% + VAT Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website. However, we are happy to provide them when requested, subject to our terms and conditions of sale. Condition reports will be accepted up to 3pm on the day before the sale. Multiple or complicated requests for condition reports and images will be completed at our discretion. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.

Important Gemstones Notice: Some lots are accompanied by reports issued by gemmological laboratories containing an opinion on some or all of the gemstones within that lot. The content of these reports is not guaranteed by Mallams and we cannot be held responsible for any disagreement regarding the content of them, or for a retrospective change in opinion provided by alternative laboratories after the sale. It is common practice for coloured gemstones such as jade, emerald and sapphire to be treated to enhance their appearance. Jade may be bleached, polymer/resin filled and dyed, or subjected to a combination of these treatments. Emeralds may be treated with oils or resins to improve their colour and clarity, similarly sapphires and rubies are routinely heated for the same purpose. Staining, irradiation and coating treatments may also be used and some treatments are not permanent. Prospective buyers should assume that all coloured gemstones sold by Mallams may have been treated, unless stated to the contrary in the catalogue description.


Jewellery & Watches Lots 1 - 311

Coins, Medals & Banknotes Lots 312 - 384


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Lot 6 Lot 7

1. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of twist design, length 19cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 2. A 9CT GOLD GATE-LINK BRACELET, with padlock clasp, length 18cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

3. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET BY UNOAERRE, designed as a line of oval panels with beaded borders, inscribed ‘ANN’, length 21cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 4. TWO 9CT GOLD BANGLES, the first of continuous twist design, by Unoaerre, the second of hinged oval faceted design, first bangle inner diameter 6.5cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 5. A LATE VICTORIAN RUBY AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, the navette-shaped panel applied with ropetwist wirework, foliage and beads, 15ct gold mounted, and a Victorian scrolled panel brooch, with glazed aperture, first brooch length 4.85cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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6. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE SEAL FOBS, to include a citrine example, with incised armorial and scrolled mount, two cornelian examples, each with profusely decorated scrolled mount, suspended from a similar split ring fitting, two further examples, and a watch key, first seal fob length 3.45cm (6) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 7. A HARDSTONE PANEL BRACELET, designed as a series of banded agate and chalcedony batons with foliate engraved caps, to a similarly engraved padlock clasp with cornelian panel, white metal mounted, together with a Scottish hardstone and stone set circular panel brooch, (later fitting), bracelet length 20cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 8. TWO VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD SIGNET RINGS, the first with incised armorial and motto, with reverse presentation inscription dated 1864, the second with crested bloodstone panel, hallmarked for Birmingham 1888, ring sizes approximately N and P respectively (2) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

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9. A CURB-LINK BRACELET, stamped ‘9 .375’, with later 9ct gold padlock clasp, length 20cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

10. A 9CT GOLD FANCY CURB-LINK BRACELET, with padlock clasp, length 20.5cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 11. A 9CT GOLD ROLLER CURB-LINK BRACELET, length 19.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

12. A HARDSTONE AND BRAMAH KEY SIGNET RING, the circular compartment with cornelian cover and bloodstone base, opening to reveal a hinged Bramah key, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size V½ £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

14. A LATE VICTORIAN CITRINE AND PEARL BROOCH, the shaped openwork panel centred with a circular mixed-cut citrine between pairs of pearls, framed by ropetwist and beaded borders, the reverse with presentation inscription dated 1893, stamped ‘15ct’, (pearls untested for origin), length 4.9cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 15. A 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE PANEL BRACELET, designed as a series of square panels inset with varicoloured jasper and banded agate segments, spaced by similarly set batons, engraved with flowerhead and foliate scroll borders, suspending a shield-shaped padlock clasp of conforming design, glazed verso, (one panel deficient, one baton possibly replaced), length 21cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

13. A SCOTTISH HARDSTONE PANEL BROOCH, the foliate scroll engraved panel highlighted with oval mixed-cut citrines and banded agate segments, white metal mounted, length 6.1cm £50-70 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 18

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Lot 17

Lot 21

Lot 17

16. A 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE CAMEO PENDANT/BROOCH, the oval agate panel carved to depict a classical male portrait profile, glazed verso, length 4.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

17. A 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE SEAL FOB PENDANT, modelled as a blackamoor, with carved hardstone body and head, surmounted by a rose-cut diamond and oval mixed-cut red stone set bale, together with a Georgian black enamel and hairwork memorial pendant, with inscription dated 1784, and a bloodstone seal fob pendant, on a fine chain, first pendant length 3.2cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 18. A VICTORIAN SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a bacchante, to a bead and wirework decorated frame, length 5.4cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

19. A 19TH CENTURY HARDSTONE INTAGLIO RING, the oval cornelian panel incised with a classical male portrait profile, in fluted closed-back setting, between scrolled openwork shoulders, gold mounted, ring size approximately L-M £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

21. TWO GEORGIAN MEMORIAL BAND RINGS, the first with black enamel reeded decoration, inscribed ‘Dorothy Bell, OBIIT 31 Aug 1796, AE 63’, the second with white enamel decoration, inscribed ‘Rob. Sanderson, OB 7 Oc 1729, AE 32’, ring sizes M and I respectively (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 22. A 9CT GOLD BELCHER-LINK CHAIN, length 61cm £650-750 (plus 27% BP*) 23. A 9CT GOLD BELCHER-LINK CHAIN, length 70cm £400-500 (plus 27% BP*) 24. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL CURB-LINK CHAIN, length 41cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

25. A VICTORIAN FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of expanding design, stamped ‘15’, maximum length approximately 22cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

20. TWO CAMEO RINGS, the first centred with an oval shell cameo, carved to depict a classical male portrait profile, to an octagonal black enamel ground, the second with a circular cameo, carved to depict a classical female portrait profile, ring sizes N and Q respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 28

Lot 27

26. TWO VICTORIAN PLAITED HAIRWORK MEMORIAL BRACELETS, the first with an oval panel clasp, profusely engraved with flowerheads, ferns and ivy leaves, the second with a rectangular panel clasp, first bracelet length 18cm (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

27. A 19TH CENTURY SHELL CAMEO CLASP, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a classical female portrait profile, within a border of repeating flowerheads and foliage, gilt metal mounted, (tongue fitting deficient), length 4.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 28. A VICTORIAN BANDED AGATE SWAG NECKLACE, designed as a series of banded agate cabochons spaced by trace-link swags, to a similarly set clasp, (some swags deficient), length 47cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

29. AN IRISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL REVIVAL PANEL BROOCH BY WEST & SON, of fluted form with engraved borders, signed and stamped ‘15ct’, length 3.3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 30. A BELCHER-LINK LONG CHAIN, with swivel clasp, stamped ‘9ct’, length 87cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 29

31. A 9CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of brick-link design, with Birmingham hallmark, length 18.5cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

32. A SNAKE-LINK CHAIN, with belcher-link extension and swivel clasp stamped ‘15’, length 41.5cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 33. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL FANCY-LINK LONG CHAIN, (clasp deficient), length 158cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

34. A FANCY-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, comprising a line of alternate faceted belcher links and pierced lattice decorated links, with swivel clasps stamped ‘9ct’, suspending an oval locket pendant and seal fob, chain length 36cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 35. A VICTORIAN FANCY-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, comprising a series of faceted belcher and star decorated links, with swivel clasp and T-bar stamped ‘9ct’, suspending a shield-shaped locket pendant, chain length 38cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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36. A SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a bouquet of flowers and birds, to a pierced decorated mount, length 6.1cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

37. A 19TH CENTURY HAIRWORK AND HALF PEARL MEMORIAL RING, the cushion-shaped hairwork panel bordered by a row of half pearls, gold mounted, (shank split, half pearls untested for origin), ring size approximately M £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 38. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond and half pearl star brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, with later fitting, a cabochon turquoise panel ring, a pearl spacer chain necklace, a cultured pearl set floral panel brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, and a wreath brooch, (all pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 2.9cm, ring size M½ (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

39. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL CRESCENT BROOCH, designed as a crescent moon, with two rows of graduated half pearls, enclosing a single-cut diamond set star, together with a citrine and half pearl brooch/pendant, of snowflake design, (half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 2.8cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 38

40. A GEORGIAN ENAMEL AND GEM SET MEMORIAL RING, the fluted pink cabochon centred with a half pearl set star motif, on a black enamel band with memorial inscription dated 1768, (half pearl untested for origin), ring size approximately K £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

41. A 19TH CENTURY IVORY AND HAIRWORK MEMORIAL PENDANT, the ivory mount carved with flowerheads and foliage surmounted by a ribbon bow, enclosing an oval glazed compartment with plaited hairwork, length 5.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 42. A SEED PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE, the chrysanthemum-shaped panel of graduated seed pearls issuing two seed pearl tassel drops, suspended from a seed pearl necklace, with later clasp, accompanied by a similarly set panel brooch (some pearls deficient, all pearls untested for origin), necklace length 45cm (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 44

Lot 46 Lot 43 43. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER SEED PEARL JEWELLERY, comprising a seed pearl flowerhead pendant, suspended from a seed pearl fancy-link collar necklace, two pairs of seed pearl cluster earrings, a pair of seed pearl ear pendants, (drops detached), an enamel, diamond and seed pearl panel brooch, and further items, necklace length 33.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

46. A GEORGIAN DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND HAIRWORK MEMORIAL PANEL RING, the navette-shaped panel centred with an ivory plaque, painted en grisaille to depict a maiden resting on an anchor, symbolising Hope, edged by rose-cut diamonds, to a plaited hairwork ground, with red enamel and bead borders, gold mounted, ring size L½ £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

45. A LATE VICTORIAN HALF PEARL AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BRACELET, the articulated expanding bracelet of lattice design, centred with an openwork panel modelled as a lyre, with Swiss-cut diamond accent and half pearl border, inscribed ‘C. H. 17.9.1891’, cased, (half pearls untested for origin), panel length 2.3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

48. TWO SOUTH AFRICA ONE POND COINS, dated 1896, later adapted as a brooch with soldered fittings, length 4.35cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

44. A HALF PEARL BANGLE, of hinged oval trifurcated form, applied with a frieze of half pearl set flowerheads, stamped ‘15’, (half pearls untested for origin), inner diameter 5.7cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

47. AN ENAMEL PENDANT, the circular panel inscribed ‘West Highland White Terrier Club’, stamped ‘9 375’, and a Victoria gold sovereign, dated 1887, pendant length 3cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

49. A DIAMOND SET BAND RING, the 18ct gold band centred with a round brilliant-cut diamond in starshaped gypsy setting, diamond weight approximately 0.12ct, ring size approximately M-N £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 55 50. A HALF PEARL SET SWALLOWS BROOCH, designed as two swallows in flight, highlighted with graduated half pearls and cabochon red stone eyes, later fitting, (half pearls untested for origin), together with a diamond set panel brooch, of scrolled openwork design, 9ct gold mounted, an oval shell came brooch, and a pendant, first brooch length 5.4cm (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 52

51. A VICTORIAN GEM SET PENDANT NECKLACE, the knot-shaped panel with foliate decoration, centred with a trio of oval bloodstone cabochons enclosing a circular mixed-cut blue stone, suspending two foliate bead drops of adjustable length, on a fancy-link chain with later clasp, panel length 3.1cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 52. A VICTORIAN GARNET PANEL BROOCH, modelled as a scrolled belt, with wirework and engraved foliate decoration, applied with oval mixed-cut garnets in closed foil-backed settings and suspending a similarly set drop below, length 4.9cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 53. A VICTORIAN GOLD AND HALF PEARL LOCKET PENDANT, the oval hinged locket of bloomed finish, applied with a half pearl set horseshoe motif, length 6cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 51

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54. A LATE VICTORIAN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, the navette-shaped panel centred with a circular-cut sapphire and rose-cut diamond cluster in star-shaped setting, bordered by ropetwist wirework, beads and foliage, 15ct gold mounted, glazed verso, length 4.5cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 55. A HALF PEARL BROOCH/PENDANT, the openwork quatrefoil panel centred with a flowerhead cluster, set throughout with graduated half pearls, stamped ‘15ct’, together with a diamond and half pearl crescent and star brooch, stamped ‘SS18’, and a half pearl and turquoise set panel brooch, stamped ‘15’, (half pearls untested for origin), pendant/brooch length 2.7cm (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

56. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SWALLOW BROOCHES, each naturalistically modelled as a swallow in flight, connected by a trace-link chain with pearl spacers, suspending two pear-shaped turquoise cabochon drops, brooches width 2.7cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)


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Lot 62 57. AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the octagonal mixed-cut amethyst millegrain set within a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, above a pierced gallery, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, ring size O £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 58. AN AMETHYST SINGLE STONE PENDANT NECKLACE, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut amethyst in claw setting, below a linear surmount, suspended from a trace-link chain with clasp stamped ‘9ct’, together with a purple paste and half pearl bar brooch, indistinctly stamped ‘9ct’, pendant length 3.4cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

59. A 19TH CENTURY AMETHYST PANEL BROOCH, circa 1820-30, the oval mixed-cut amethyst bordered by cannetille work beads and scrolls, together with an amethyst single stone brooch, with pinched collet setting, (adapted), lengths 3.5cm and 2.4cm respectively (2) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 60. AN ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET FOB WATCH, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and scroll pierced hands, to a keyless wind movement, the textured case modelled as a pansy flowerhead, centred with a rose-cut diamond and heightened with graduated white and purple enamel, stamped ‘K18’ and numbered 15066, case width 2.7cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

61. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a pair of diamond and vari gem-set ear clips, modelled as a spray of flowerheads and fruits, white metal mounted, stamped ‘925’, a pair of amethyst ear pendants, each oval mixed-cut amethyst drop within a beaded border, on wire fittings, a green hardstone and diamond set heart-shaped pendant, two freshwater pearl and diamond set pendants on chains, a white metal and enamel half hunter fob watch, and assorted further jewellery and costume items, ear clips length 2.5cm (qty) (also illustrated on page 22) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

62. A 19TH CENTURY AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL PENDANT/BROOCH, the cross-shaped panel centred with a cluster of half pearls, enclosing an oval mixed-cut amethyst in foiled closed-back setting, bordered by clusters of similarly set circular mixed-cut amethysts, the reverse with hinged pendant and clasp fittings, (pin deficient), length 4.6cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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63. A GARNET RIVIÈRE AND SWAG NECKLACE, designed as a line of graduated cushion-shaped mixed-cut garnets in closed-back settings, suspending three similarly set swags spaced by single garnet pendant drops, length 37cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

64. AN EDWARDIAN 18CT GOLD SIGNET RING, the shield-shaped panel between tapered fluted shoulders, monogrammed, hallmarked for Birmingham 1909, together with a pair of oval panel cufflinks, with engraved wriggle work borders and chain-link fittings, monogrammed, stamped ‘9ct’, ring size K½ (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

65. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising a diamond single stone ring, stamped ‘Plat’, a diamond set band ring, 18ct gold mounted, a diamond and gem set dress ring, stamped ‘14k’, an 18ct white gold engraved wedding band, and a white stone full hoop ring, 9ct gold mounted, first ring size F (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

66. A CHARM BRACELET, the belcher-link bracelet stamped ‘9 375’, suspending a collection of assorted 9ct gold and yellow metal mounted charms, to include a post box and a watermill, length 18cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 67. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant and old-cut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, together with a diamond single stone ring, a 9ct gold signet ring, and a citrine single stone ring, first ring size M (4) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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68. AN AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL CLUSTER PENDANT, collet set with oval mixed-cut amethysts, suspended from a curb-link chain, 9ct gold mounted, and an Art Nouveau gilt metal medallist brooch, depicting Joan of Arc, signed Becker, pendant length 3.8cm (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 69. AN EDWARDIAN DIAMOND SINGLE STONE GYPSY RING, the old-cut diamond in star-shaped setting, to a tapered 18ct gold mount hallmarked for London 1907, ring size H½ £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 70. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL ROPETWIST-LINK CHAIN, of hollow design, stamped ‘750’, length 40.5cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 71. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL CURB-LINK CHAIN, stamped ‘9kt’ and ‘375’, length 46cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

72. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT, the Victoria gold sovereign dated 1853, loose mounted to a 9ct gold scrolled pendant mount, length 3.3cm £180-220 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 73

Lot 74

Lot 75

73. A 19TH CENTURY TURQUOISE AND HALF PEARL PANEL BROOCH, the undulating openwork panel of scrolls and shells highlighted with channels of graduated turquoise cabochons and half pearls, two colour mounted, cased, (half pearls untested for origin), length 5.3cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

76. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the tiered cluster of graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, to a tapered mount of pierced abstract design, 18ct two colour gold mounted, (one diamond deficient), maker’s mark TLD, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size S £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

75. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY TURQUOISE AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, the central oval cabochon turquoise in millegrain collet setting, bordered by sinuous scrolls of graduated rose-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, panel length 2.8cm, ring size K½ £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

78. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a pair of opal and diamond ear pendants, on later wire fittings, a white stone pendant, on 9ct gold curb-link chain, a further 9ct gold curb-link chain, three cluster rings, each 9ct gold mounted, and a single stone ring, ear pendants length 4.1cm (7) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

74. A VICTORIAN GEM SET SERPENT NECKLACE, designed as an articulated serpent, the head pavé set with graduated cabochon turquoises, cabochon ruby eyes and rose-cut diamond eyebrows, issuing a forked tongue clasp, (one turquoise cabochon and fitting deficient), length 39cm £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

77. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a moonstone dress ring, of abstract foliate design, a moonstone and diamond dress ring, a 9ct gold buckle ring, an opal three stone ring, an opal and white stone cluster ring, and an opal single stone ring, first ring size V (6) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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79. A DIAMOND SET PANEL BRACELET, designed as a line of shaped rectangular panels, spaced by square diamond set links, stamped ‘375’, together with a diamond set dress ring, of two colour brick-link design, bracelet length 19.3cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

80. TWO DIAMOND SET PENDANT NECKLACES, the first suspending a briolette-cut blue stone drop, below a tapered baguette and round brilliant-cut diamond set surmount, stamped ‘750’, on a white metal chain, the second designed as a mabe pearl enclosed by single-cut diamond set foliage, 14ct white gold mounted, on a 9ct white gold box-link chain, first pendant length 4.1cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 81. THREE GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a diamond and red stone crossover ring, two colour precious metal mounted, a sapphire and diamond cluster ring, 9ct gold mounted, and a citrine single stone ring, stamped ‘9ct’, first ring size P (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 83

82. AN AMETHYST AND CITRINE PENDANT NECKLACE, designed as a trace-link chain, terminating with a pear-shaped mixed-cut amethyst and similarly cut citrine, together with a pair of 9ct gold hollow bangles, of hinged oval form, and a curb-link chain, stamped ‘375’, pendant necklace length 66cm (4) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

83. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, the graduated oval cabochon opals spaced by lasque-cut diamond points, (one diamond deficient), together with a half pearl whorl panel brooch, (later fitting, half pearls untested for origin), ring size N (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 84. A PERIDOT AND HALF PEARL PANEL BROOCH, the openwork panel centred with a three-leaf clover of heart-shaped peridots enclosing a central half pearl, stamped ‘15ct’, (half pearl untested for origin), length 2.75cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

85. AN AMETHYST AND CULTURED PEARL CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut amethyst claw set within a cultured pearl border, 9ct gold mounted, ring size P £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 85

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86. A 9CT GOLD BELCHER-LINK CHAIN BY UNOAERRE, length 65cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

87. A SAPPHIRE AND OPAL THREE STONE RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set between two oval cabochon opals, 9ct gold mounted, ring size T £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 88. A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond and pearl stick pin, (pearl untested for natural/cultured origin), a sapphire and pearl set panel brooch, 15ct gold mounted, a diamond set panel brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, a paste panel brooch, a silver hinged bangle, and further items (12) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 89. A RUBY SINGLE STONE RING, the oval cabochon ruby in collet setting, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18k’, ring size approximately K-L £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

90. A CULTURED PEARL SINGLE STONE RING, the cultured pearl measuring approximately 13.7mm in diameter, 18ct gold mounted, maker’s mark M.B.S, together with a boulder opal single stone ring by the same maker, silver mounted, ring sizes Q½ and R respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

91. AN AQUAMARINE SINGLE STONE RING, the cushion-shaped mixed-cut aquamarine in six-claw setting, between tubular shoulders, yellow precious metal mounted, ring size N½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 92. A VARI GEM-SET BRACELET, designed as two rows of vari-coloured oval mixed-cut gemstones and coloured stones, to include garnets and zircons, spaced by circular mixed-cut white stones, length 17.8cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 89

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Lot 94

93. A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH RUBY AND DIAMOND CLASP, comprising two strands of graduated cultured pearls, to a cluster panel clasp, centred with an oval mixed-cut ruby bordered by baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, shortest length 73cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 94. A DIAMOND SET FEATHER BROOCH, centred with a channel of graduated single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, maker’s mark LB, stamped ‘750’, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, length 6.7cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

95. A RUBY AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the tapered band centred with a circular cabochon ruby in lozenge-shaped setting, between channels of round brilliantcut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size K½ £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 96. A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each flowerhead cluster of round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, with threaded post and butterfly fittings, 18ct yellow gold mounted, maker’s mark DTT Co, (one diamond loose), total diamond weight approximately 2.80ct, cluster length 1.3cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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97. A DIAMOND AND GEM SET BRACELET WATCH BY BUECHE-GIROD, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement, dial and movement signed, the 9ct three colour gold bricklink bracelet of textured design, applied with a bezel of alternate round brilliant-cut diamonds and circular mixedcut rubies, (rubies untested for natural/synthetic origin), case hallmarked for London 1963 and stamped RCK for Roy Cecil King, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, bracelet width 1.8cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 98. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a rose-cut diamond set panel brooch, (two diamonds deficient), a half pearl set stick pin, a crescent brooch, a late Victorian/Edwardian panel brooch, (later fitting), a micromosaic panel brooch, and an enamel butterfly brooch, (half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 4.7cm (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 99. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT ON CHAIN, the Victoria sovereign loose mounted in a 9ct gold scroll decorated pendant frame, suspended from a belcher-link chain stamped ‘9c’, pendant length 4.8cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

100. A LOCKET PENDANT ON CHAIN, the square locket with foliate scroll decoration and old-cut diamond highlight, stamped ‘14k’, suspended from a belcherlink long chain, stamped ‘9ct’, pendant length 3.8cm, chain length 144cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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101. A 22CT GOLD WEDDING BAND, of court section profile, ring size J½ £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

102. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT ON CHAIN, the Elizabeth II sovereign dated 1968, loose mounted in a 9ct gold pendant mount with ropetwist border, on a fine curblink chain, pendant length 3cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

103. TWO 22CT GOLD WEDDING BANDS, and a 9ct gold wedding band (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

104. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a vari gem-set coffee bean pendant, a diamond three stone ring, stamped ‘18ct Pt’, a garnet and cultured pearl cluster ring, a garnet cluster ring, a banded agate pendant. a garnet single stone stick pin (later fitting), two fine chains, and a white metal charm bracelet, first pendant length 2.1cm (9) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 105. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT, the Edward VII sovereign dated 1908, to a 9ct gold textured mount with half pearl border, (half pearls untested for origin), pendant length 3.9cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

106. THREE HALF SOVEREIGN PENDANTS, each with fixed scrolled pendant mount, together with a diamond set flowerhead stick pin, centred with a cluster of single-cut diamonds, and a cultured pearl stick pin, first stick pin terminal length 2.1cm (5) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

108. A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND FLOWERHEAD EAR CLIPS, each shaped flowerhead panel centred with a pavé set cluster of round brilliant-cut diamonds, edged by trios of oval mixed-cut emeralds and further brilliants, on post and hinged clip fittings, two colour precious metal mounted, length 1.9cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 109. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SPRAY BROOCH, the textured openwork foliate spray centred with channels of round brilliant-cut diamonds and circular mixed-cut sapphires, 18ct two colour gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.15ct, length 5.8cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

110. A DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, of textured ropetwist design, centred with a line of graduated Swiss-cut diamonds in claw settings, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, length 18.2cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

111. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER PENDANT, designed as a tiered cluster of circular mixedcut sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, on a snake-link chain, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, pendant length 2.1cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

107. A DIAMOND AND VARI GEM-SET COCKEREL PENDANT, possibly by Van Cleef & Arpels, naturalistically modelled with engraved feathers, baroque cultured pearl body, red stone eye and channels of graduated circular mixed-cut sapphires, emeralds and singlecut diamonds, the reverse signed VCA and indistinctly numbered, stamped ‘750’ and ‘Italy 18K’, adapted with later pendant fitting, (cultured pearl damaged), length 4.2cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 108

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112. A FANCY-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, composed of alternate fetter and belcher links, with T-bar suspension and swivel clasps, stamped ‘9 .375’, together with an open face fob watch, the profusely engraved case stamped ‘K14’, and other items, chain length 41.5cm (5) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

113. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a George V sovereign, dated 1912, with fixed scrolled pendant mount, suspended from a gilt metal chain, an amethyst single stone ring, an opal doublet ring, a cross pendant, suspended from a 9ct gold curblink chain, a simulated pearl necklace and bracelet suite by Trifari, and two further items (8) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 114. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a garnet and half pearl cluster panel brooch, (later fitting), an enamel and half pearl cluster panel brooch, two half pearl and hairwork panel clasps, a cabochon garnet dress stud, a coral corallium rubrum clasp, and further items, (some fittings deficient, half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 2.2cm (13) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

115. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising a sapphire tiered cluster ring, yellow precious metal mounted, a garnet cluster ring, 9ct gold mounted, a mabe pearl dress ring, and three further rings, first ring size S (6) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

116. A COLLECTION OF CULTURED PEARL JEWELLERY, comprising a single strand necklace, with diamond set ribbon clasp stamped ‘585 14K’, a further single strand necklace, with similarly set clasp, 9ct gold mounted, a triple strand necklace, with sapphire and cultured pearl cluster clasp, and a triple strand bracelet, with ruby set clasp, first necklace length 43cm (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 117. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a belcher-link chain, stamped ‘9c’, a hinged oval bangle, stamped ‘375’, a diamond and gem set crossover dress ring, stamped ‘18k’, and a further bangle (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

118. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 9ct gold buckle ring, a 9ct gold St Christopher pendant on chain, a carved coral brooch, a silver hunter pocket watch, two white metal curb-link bracelets, a white metal cross pendant on chain, and assorted cufflinks, ring size S (qty) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 119. A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND LATER BROOCHES, comprising a black enamel and half pearl memorial panel brooch, glazed verso, (later fittings), a citrine single stone brooch, a stone set panel brooch, of foliate scroll design, an oval shell cameo brooch, and a heat treated amber brooch, 9ct gold mounted, (half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 5.2cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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120. A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN AND LATER BROOCHES, comprising a citrine single stone panel brooch, (later fitting), a half pearl set panel brooch, glazed verso, with Victorian lozenge-shaped registration mark, a blue enamel and half pearl set panel brooch, glazed verso, (later fitting), an oval shell cameo brooch, carved to depict the profile of Demetre, and a lava cameo brooch, (later fitting), first brooch length 4.1cm (5) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 121. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a blue zircon and diamond dress ring, a 22ct gold wedding band, a gem set pendant on chain, a lady’s bracelet watch, the case stamped ‘18k 0,750’, and two 9ct gold fancy flattened-link chains, first ring size L½ (6) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 122. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, of abstract cluster design, stamped ‘14k’, a mabe pearl dress ring, stamped ‘k14’, a two colour precious metal wedding band, a further wedding band, and a 9ct gold signet ring, first ring size N (5) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

123. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the rectangular step-cut emerald in millegrain collet setting, to a tapered bar with old-cut diamond accents, white precious metal mounted, together with a lady’s diamond set watch head, 18ct gold mounted, inscribed, an opal single stone bar brooch, stamped ‘15c’, a blue zircon single stone bar brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, and a green stone pendant, first brooch length 6cm (5) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

124. A COLLECTION OF GEM SET RINGS, comprising a late Victorian half pearl panel ring, 18ct gold mounted, with interior memorial inscription, (half pearls untested for origin), a turquoise and diamond set dress ring, stamped ‘18ct’, a diamond three stone ring, of crossover design, stamped ‘9ct’, a diamond set dress ring, and a turquoise panel ring, first ring size N½ (5) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

125. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two hardstone seal fobs, a 9ct gold ropetwist-link chain, a cabochon dress ring, stamped ‘18k’, two silver bangles, two white metal bangles, a costume bracelet by Trifari, with matched necklace, assorted pendants, brooches and further items (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 126. A DIAMOND SET CLUSTER RING, centred with a simulated pearl, bordered by claw set round brilliant-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18kt 750’, ring size M £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

127. A VARI GEM-SET BAR BROOCH, the knife edge bar spaced with five circular mixed-cut stones, to include amethyst, garnet, synthetic ruby and synthetic spinel, each in six-claw setting, white precious metal mounted, indistinctly stamped, length 6.4cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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128. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET SPRAY BROOCH, of abstract wirework and part-textured design, accented with trios of round brilliant-cut diamonds and circular mixed-cut sapphires, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, length 6.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

129. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, between shoulders of smaller brilliants, pink and blue stones, platinum mounted, together with a diamond three stone ring, illusion set with round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, first ring principal diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, ring size N (leading edge) (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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130. AN 18CT GOLD LOBSTER BROOCH BY ANTHONY HAWKSLEY, signed and hallmarked for London 1962, together with a diamond set panel brooch, modelled as an abstract wirework wreath, highlighted by round brilliant-cut diamonds, platinum mounted, maker’s mark possibly SLW, lengths 4.6cm and 3.3cm respectively (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

131. TWO PANEL BROOCHES, the first modelled as a textured foliate spray, stamped ‘750’, the second modelled as a bird on a branch, stamped ‘375’, each three colour precious metal mounted, lengths 3.5cm and 3.6cm respectively (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 130

132. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of three colour plaited-link design, stamped ‘750’, length 19cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

133. AN 18CT GOLD PANEL BROOCH, of abstract textured design, with London import marks, length 3.7cm £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 135

134. A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH DIAMOND SET CLASP, comprising two strands of uniform cultured pearls, to a rectangular panel clasp of pavé set round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, centred with a marquise-cut diamond and edged with a baguette-cut diamond border, white precious metal mounted, principal diamond weight approximately 0.80ct, remaining total diamond weight approximately 0.80ct, shortest length 58.5cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 135. A CULTURED PEARL TRIPLE STRAND BRACELET BY FIONA RAE, comprising three strands of cultured pearls, with bar-shaped spacers between, 18ct gold mounted, signed FER and hallmarked for London 2012, in maker’s case, length 18.3cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

136. A FANCY-LINK COLLAR NECKLACE, of pierced fringe design, with possible Portuguese gold mark to clasp, and a panel bracelet, stamped ‘14k’, necklace length 43.5cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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137. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 9ct gold gate-link bracelet, two 9ct gold wedding bands, a 9ct gold signet ring, a white stone ring, stamped ‘18ct’, two lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatches, a stick pin fitting, cased, and three further items (11) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

138. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a Victorian serpent bangle/bracelet, with plaited hairwork body, the clasp modelled as the serpent’s head enclosing its tail, highlighted with cabochon turquoises and red stone eyes, together with a 9ct three colour gold collar necklace, of tapered brick-link design, two pairs of earrings, and a cultured pearl single strand necklace, bracelet length approximately 43cm (5) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 139. AN EASTERN ENAMEL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, inset with round brilliant-cut diamonds to a black enamel ground, stamped ‘750’, ring size R £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 144

Lot 143

140. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, the openwork abstract band highlighted with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in collet settings, 18ct white gold mounted, maker’s mark JDL, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size T½ £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 141. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET HALF HOOP RINGS, each with a wishbone-shaped channel of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, together with a white metal wedding band, of frosted finish, stamped ‘Ti’, first rings size J½ (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 142. A DIAMOND HEART BAR BROOCH, the uniform bar obliquely applied with a heart-shaped panel of pavé set graduated old-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, length 5.7cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 143. A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR CLIPS, each designed as an openwork scrolled ribbon of graduated round brilliant, single and baguette-cut diamonds, on hinged clip fittings, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, length 1.8cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

144. A BAROQUE PEARL PENDANT AND MATCHED EAR PENDANTS BY FIONA RAE, each suspending a baroque pearl drop from a stylized foliate cap, 18ct white gold mounted, signed FER, the pendant hallmarked for London 2010, on an 18ct white gold spigalink chain, the ear pendants on post fittings, hallmarked for London 2011, in maker’s cases, (pearls untested for origin), pendant length 2.45cm, ear pendants length 2.5cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

145. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the octagonal step-cut sapphire between two illusion set round brilliant-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, together with a vari gem-set cluster ring, of tiered design, stamped ‘18k’, ring sizes N and L respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

146. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.55ct, ring size M £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

147. A CULTURED PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE, the fancy-link chain suspending two cultured pearl drops below a stone set ribbon panel, stamped ‘750’, together with a scrolled panel brooch, of part-textured finish, also stamped ‘750’, necklace length 44.5cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

148. A PENDANT NECKLACE, the fancy-link chain with knot-shaped panel, centred with a turquoise-coloured cabochon and suspending two drops, stamped ‘750’, length 45.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

149. A PENDANT NECKLACE, the three colour fancylink chain of segmented design and textured finish, with foliate panel issuing two tassel drops, stamped ‘750’, length 41cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 150. A PAIR OF AMETHYST AND CULTURED PEARL EAR PENDANTS, on post fittings, 18ct gold mounted, together with a pair of turquoise coloured cabochon ear pendants, also on post fittings, and a moonstone pendant necklace, (two cabochons loose), first ear pendant length 3cm, necklace length 76cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 152

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Lot 153 154. TWO OPAL AND DIAMOND DRESS RINGS, the first centred with an oval cabochon opal in claw setting, between two illusion set old-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18ct & Plat’, (opal chipped), the second centred with an oval cabochon opal in millegrain collet setting, between trios of similarly set single-cut diamonds, stamped ‘18c’, first ring total diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, both rings size L½ (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 151. AN AMETHYST PENDANT NECKLACE, the oval mixed-cut amethyst in scrolled pendant mount, suspended from a 9ct gold fancy baton-link chain, together with a garnet and half pearl pendant/brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, first pendant length 4.1cm (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 152. A PEARL AND DIAMOND BRACELET, the trace-link bracelet spaced with trios of pearls and rose-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, (pearls untested for origin), length 18.5cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

153. A 19TH CENTURY TOPAZ AND GEM SET CROSS PENDANT, circa 1820-30, the oval mixed-cut stones of pale pink hues, in foiled closed-back settings, to a cannetille work panel of beads and wirework scrolls, (some stones later replaced), length 5.1cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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155. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the shaped oval panel centred with an old-cut diamond in collet setting, bordered by millegrain set old and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size I £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 156. A CONTINENTAL ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET PENDANT, the circular polychrome enamel panel depicting the profile of a female warrior with winged headdress, highlighted with rose-cut diamonds, together with an Austro-Hungarian enamel and baroque pearl brooch, of foliate design, pendant length 3.8cm (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

157. AN ENAMEL AND HALF PEARL BAR BROOCH, designed as two circular bosses, each centred with a blue enamel and half pearl star motif, with wirework borders, later adapted with brooch fitting, (half pearls untested for origin), length 4.4cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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158. AN INDIAN COLLAR NECKLACE, designed as four rectangular panels, each inset with a cluster of turquoise cabochons and heightened with floral polychrome enamel decoration, spaced by strands of simulated pearls, length 34cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

159. AN ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, modelled as a leek, heightened with green and white enamel and rose-cut diamond clusters, and a vari gemset brooch/pendant, decorated with a ribbon bow, flowerheads and foliage, (two drops deficient), first brooch length 3.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

160. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET, stamped ‘14K 585’, and a 9ct gold triple-strand fancy-link bracelet, spaced by triangular panels, first bracelet length 18cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

163. AN AQUAMARINE AND BLISTER PEARL PENDANT, the openwork quatrefoil-shaped panel centred with a pear-shaped mixed-cut aquamarine, to a foliate scroll border with blister pearl accents and a baroque pearl drop, on an unassociated belcher-link chain, (pearls untested for origin), pendant length 7.2cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 164. AN OPAL CAMEO PENDANT/BROOCH, the oval panel pierced and engraved with ivy leaves and berry clusters, centred with an opal cameo, carved to depict a classical portrait profile, white metal mounted, with hinged bale and later clasp fitting, panel length 6cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

161. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER TROIKA BROOCH, modelled as a trio of horses pulling a sleigh, the pin with St Petersburg 84 standard silver mark and Cyrillic maker’s mark, length 5.8cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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162. AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ENAMEL AND GEM SET BROOCH, modelled as St George slaying the dragon, heightened with polychrome enamel, with a triangular cluster of oval mixed-cut rubies, suspending a fringe of baroque pearl drops, length 5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 164

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165. AN EDWARD VII HALF SOVEREIGN, dated 1910, two 22ct gold wedding bands, a 9ct gold signet ring, a half hoop ring, and two further rings (7) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 166. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond single stone stick pin, with detachable fitting, a gem set oval locket pendant, 9ct gold mounted, a pair of three colour knot ear studs, two panel brooches, a silver mesh-link purse, a silver bangle, a coral corallium rubrum branch necklace, and further items, stick pin diamond weight approximately 0.30ct (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

167. A COLLECTION OF STICK PINS, to include a coral corallium rubrum stick pin, carved to depict a boar’s head clasping a creature in its mouth, a diamond and stone set insect stick pin, a sapphire and half pearl cluster stick pin, (sapphire untested for natural/synthetic origin), an enamel blackamoor stick pin, an opal single stone stick pin, a garnet single stone stick pin, and assorted further examples, of varied design, (half pearls untested for origin, some stick pins adapted), first stick pin terminal length 1.7cm (31) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 168. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a Victorian expanding fancy-link bracelet, stamped ‘15’, a 9ct gold engraved wedding band, a gilt metal fancy-link Albert chain, with swivel clasp and T-bar, a gilt metal bib necklace, an enamel pendant necklace, two enamel pendants, and a stick pin, ring size Q (8) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 169. A COLLECTION OF CULTURED PEARL JEWELLERY, comprising a cultured pearl single strand necklace, with 18ct gold and diamond set clasp, a pair of cultured pearl and diamond cluster ear clips, 18ct white gold mounted, two pairs of foliate ear pendants, each 9ct gold mounted, a further pair of ear pendants, and a pair of freshwater pearl ear pendants, necklace length 59cm (6) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 170. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a late Victorian diamond set panel brooch, glazed verso, a later panel brooch, pierced with figures and animals, stamped ‘9ct’, a 9ct gold curb-link chain, a 9ct gold oval locket pendant, an enamel charm pendant, two stick pins, and a band ring, first brooch length 3.5cm (8) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

171. A GEM SET INSECT BAR BROOCH, stamped ‘9’, together with a citrine single stone dress ring, 9ct gold mounted, a further bar brooch, and a collection of seals, first brooch length 5.1cm (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

173. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL PANEL RING, depicting the portrait profile of Alexander the Great, with pierced border, stamped ‘K18’, ring size P £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

174. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a jade panel pendant, with pierced and carved decoration, on a trace-link chain, a 9ct gold box-link bracelet, a 9ct gold bead and curb-link chain, a 9ct gold St Christopher pendant, a silver ingot pendant, a silver curblink bracelet, and a filigree bangle, first pendant length 2.5cm (7) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 175. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two 22ct gold wedding bands, a 9ct gold tie bar, a pin brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a 9ct gold bar brooch, a silver kilt pin, modelled as a thistle, a pair of white paste clip brooches, and assorted costume items (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 176. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a multistrand faceted bead necklace and bracelet suite, a garnet rosette panel brooch, a pair of garnet flowerhead cluster ear pendants, a pair of vari gem-set cluster ear studs, a blue stone set bangle, a pair of ear clips by Trifari, and a paste circlet brooch, first brooch diameter 4cm (8) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 177. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond full hoop eternity ring, grain set throughout with single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, together with a garnet single stone ring, stamped ‘9ct’, a 9ct gold wedding band, a panel brooch, stamped ‘9ct’, assorted further jewellery and costume items, first ring size L½ (qty) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

178. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising two oval shell cameo brooches, a cameo ring, 9ct gold mounted, an amethyst set pendant, four dress rings, a propelling pencil by Sampson Mordan & Co, a Victoria crown, dated 1894, mounted as a pendant, a white metal locket pendant on chain, and assorted further white metal jewellery (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 179. A BANDED AGATE BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single stand of graduated beads, length 55cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 180. TWO BEADED SAUTOIR NECKLACES, circa 192030, the first a black beaded necklace with tassel drops, (some beads deficient), the second a multi-coloured beaded necklace, featuring varied motifs, lengths 210cm and 136cm respectively (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

172. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT ON CHAIN, the Victoria gold sovereign dated 1887, loose mounted to a 9ct gold fancy-link chain, chain length 44.5cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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181. A 9CT THREE COLOUR GOLD BRACELET, designed as a line of geometric openwork links, together with a 9ct gold ‘Love’ pendant, on a ropetwist-link chain, and a pair of cultured pearl set flower ear studs, bracelet length 17cm (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 182. A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each square step-cut sapphire claw set within a single-cut diamond border, on post fittings, white precious metal mounted, cluster length 0.85cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

183. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, the square step-cut sapphire millegrain set within a border of single, Swiss and round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, ring size N £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

184. A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PANEL RING, the oval blue enamel panel centred with a cushion-shaped mixed-cut sapphire, bordered by brilliant-cut diamonds and square step-cut sapphires, on a tapered and engraved hoop with single-cut diamond set shoulders, stamped ‘14k’, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size K £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

185. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, the circular panel with a cluster of pear-shaped emeralds and circular-cut diamonds in grain setting, between pierced scrolled shoulders, 18ct gold mounted, maker’s mark STL, ring size K £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 186. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET BRACELET WATCH, the textured ribbon cover highlighted with single-cut diamonds, on a tapered textured bracelet, with jewelled manual movement, (dial deficient), stamped ‘14k’, total length 17.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 187. AN 18CT TWO COLOUR GOLD FANCYLINK BRACELET, length 18.5cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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188. TWO PAIRS OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR STUDS, the first modelled as trios of circular mixed-cut sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, on post fittings, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, the second modelled as flowerhead clusters of round brilliant-cut diamonds and oval cabochon sapphires, on post fittings, 9ct gold mounted, first ear studs length 0.9cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

189. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the square millegrained panel of four round brilliant-cut diamonds, between tapered shoulders of similarly set old and single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size L½ £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 190. A VICTORIAN HAIRWORK AND ENAMEL MEMORIAL PENDANT, the dual-sided oval glazed compartment containing a hairwork spray to an opalescent ground and a gilt monogram to a plaited hairwork ground, to a gold mount bordered by blue enamel beads, length 3.55cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

192. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the scroll pierced hoop alternately set with graduated cushion-shaped sapphires and old-cut diamonds, spaced by lasque-cut diamond points, stamped ‘18’, total diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, ring size M £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 193. A DIAMOND AND ENAMEL REGIMENTAL BAR BROOCH, for the Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment, highlighted with channels of rose-cut diamonds and blue enamel, two colour precious metal mounted, length 4.9cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 194. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds in collet setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size M £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

191. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the rectangular panel of graduated old-cut diamonds in grain setting, between trifurcated shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size L £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 196 195. A PEARL AND DIAMOND BANGLE, of hinged oval bifurcated form, applied with an openwork scrolled panel of graduated pearls, spaced by old and lasquecut diamond set foliage, two colour precious metal mounted, (pearls untested for origin), total weight of old-cut diamonds approximately 0.35ct, inner diameter 5.5cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 196. A DIAMOND SET SWALLOW BROOCH, naturalistically modelled as a swallow in flight, with rose-cut diamond set body, wings and head and a circular red stone eye, (one diamond deficient), length 4.7cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

197. A CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE WITH RUBY AND DIAMOND CLASP, the single strand of uniform cultured pearls to a cluster panel clasp, centred with an oval mixed-cut ruby bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘9ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, length 74cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

198. THREE PAIRS OF GEM SET EARRINGS, comprising a pair of ruby and diamond half hoop earrings, on post and hinged clip fittings, stamped ‘14k’, a pair of diamond and vari gem-set cluster earrings, on similar fittings, 9ct gold mounted, and a pair of cultured pearl single stone ear studs, of abstract starburst design, on threaded post fittings, first earrings length 1.8cm (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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199. AN ENAMEL AND CULTURED PEARL BRACELET BY UNOAERRE, comprising a line of blue enamel ovoid beads, spaced by cage work links and cultured pearls, stamped ‘750’, together with a cabochon set necklace clasp, a pair of Eastern beaded ear studs, on threaded post fittings, and a cabochon set pendant, bracelet length 20cm (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

200. THREE GEM SET PENDANTS, comprising a citrine and cultured pearl pendant/brooch, of oval openwork design, stamped ‘18ct’, a blue topaz and diamond set pendant, of stepped design, 14ct gold mounted, and a black onyx and diamond set pendant, stamped ‘14k 585’, first pendant/brooch length 4.6cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 201. A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN, the bar-shaped pendant applied with two round brilliant-cut diamonds and a cultured pearl, stamped ‘585’, suspended from a 9ct two colour gold curb-link chain, pendant length 3.2cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

202. A LEOPARD’S HEAD BRACELET, designed as two stone set leopard’s heads enclosing a central hoop, on a brick-link bracelet, two colour precious metal mounted, length 17cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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203. A DIAMOND SET BAND RING, the bark textured band applied with a spray of round brilliant and single-cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mounted, ring size K £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

204. A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE SET CUFFLINKS, each abstract rectangular panel set with two rows of circular mixed-cut sapphires, on hinged baton fittings, yellow precious metal mounted, panel length 1.7cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

205. THREE GEM SET BAR BROOCHES, the first designed as a wreath of circular mixed-cut sapphires and half pearls, stamped ‘15’, the second set with an oval cabochon opal, stamped ‘14k 585’, and a further example, (half pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 5.7cm (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

206. AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND SET BOW BROOCH, the foliate engraved ribbon bow centred with a circular mixed-cut amethyst and channels of single-cut diamonds, suspending a swivel clasp, together with a ruby and diamond five stone ring, and an opal and diamond half hoop ring, 18ct gold mounted, brooch width 3.55cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 207. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, grain set throughout with single-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct, ring size M £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

208. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct Plat’, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size O £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

209. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUBY, DIAMOND AND PEARL BROOCH, the openwork panel of foliate scroll design, highlighted with circular mixed-cut rubies and pearls, spaced by old and rosecut diamonds, suspending a detachable pendant drop of conforming design, with pear-shaped ruby drop, gold and silver mounted, (pearls untested for origin), length 4.4cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 210. A DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, designed as a wreath of flowerheads and foliage enclosing a ribbon bow, set throughout with graduated old, single and rose-cut diamonds, suspending a similarly set drop to the centre, with detachable brooch fitting, total weight of old and single-cut diamonds approximately 0.65ct, length 2.7cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 211. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, modelled as a heart-shaped cluster surmounted by a ribbon bow, the central pear-shaped brilliant-cut diamond bordered by smaller rose, single and brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, (some diamonds later replaced), principal diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, panel length 1.75cm, ring size S £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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212. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval cabochon black opal in millegrain collet setting, bordered by single and old-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size N½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

213. A DIAMOND STAR BROOCH, the pierced starshaped panel grain set with graduated old and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, with later fittings, total diamond weight approximately 1.20ct, length 3.9cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 214. A LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH/PENDANT, the fanshaped openwork panel of starburst design, centred with a circular cluster of old brilliant and old-cut diamonds, framed by graduated rays of further old and single-cut diamonds, spaced by diamond set foliage, gold and silver mounted, with detachable brooch fitting and later pendant fitting, principal diamond weight approximately 0.45ct, total diamond weight approximately 2.30ct, width 6.3cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

215. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PANEL RING, the principal rectangular step-cut emerald in collet setting, between tapered shoulders centred with channels of trapezoid step-cut emeralds, bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, ring size O £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 216. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the navette-shaped panel of graduated old-cut diamonds between scroll engraved shoulders, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, ring size N £650-750 (plus 27% BP*) 217. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old brilliant-cut diamond in eight claw setting, between singlecut diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, principal diamond weight approximately 1.80ct - 1.90ct, ring size L £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

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218. A DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, the openwork tiered oval panel of graduated cushion-shaped old-cut diamonds spaced by lasque-cut diamond points, with later fitting, (two diamonds deficient), total diamond weight approximately 1.40ct, length 3cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 219. A 19TH CENTURY EMERALD AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING, alternately set with step-cut emeralds and old-cut diamonds in pinched collet and foiled closed-back settings, gold and silver mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size P½ £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

220. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the flowerhead cluster of graduated old-cut diamonds in claw and collet settings, between trifurcated shoulders, stamped ‘18c’, total diamond weight approximately 0.30ct, ring size I £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

221. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the scroll pierced hoop alternately set with oval and circular mixed-cut sapphires and old-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, (shank mis-shapen), total diamond weight approximately 0.20ct £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

222. A 19TH CENTURY EMERALD, DIAMOND AND PEARL PENDANT, designed as two openwork panels of lasque-cut diamond set garlands and ribbon bows, each centred with a rectangular step-cut emerald and highlighted by smaller oval and circular mixed-cut emeralds, suspending a baroque pearl drop, the reverse engraved with foliage, ribbons and flowers, two colour mounted, numbered 1735, with French boar’s head marks, on a fine fancy-link chain, (pearls untested for origin), pendant length 6cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*) 223. TWO SAPPHIRE SET BROOCHES, the first designed as a crescent of alternating circular mixed-cut sapphires and bouton pearls, stamped ‘14k’, the second designed as a scrolled openwork bar, centred with a cluster of oval mixed-cut sapphires and single-cut diamonds, 9ct gold mounted, (pearls untested for origin), lengths 5.9cm and 4.8cm respectively (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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224. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in six claw setting, 18ct white gold mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.70ct, ring size N £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

225. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘PLAT’, total diamond weight approximately 1.30ct, ring size O £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 226. A PAIR OF RUBY CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each designed as a ribbon-shaped cluster of oval mixed-cut rubies in claw settings, on post fittings, white precious metal mounted, length 1.55cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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227. AN IOLITE BEAD TORSADE NECKLACE, comprising twelve entwined strands of iolite beads and yellow metal spacers, with scroll pierced bow-shaped clasp, stamped ‘585’, length 44cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

228. A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL SET EAR PENDANTS, of abstract design, with bead and wirework decoration, each suspending a culture pearl drop, on wire fittings, 9ct gold mounted, maker’s mark PJB, length 5.5cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 229. A DIAMOND SET WEDDING BAND, the 18ct white gold band spaced with round brilliant-cut diamonds, together with an 18ct two colour gold wedding band, of textured twist design, three further 18ct gold wedding bands, and a white metal wedding band, stamped ‘platinum’, first ring size L (6) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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230. A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, each cultured pearl measuring approximately 9.5mm in diameter, surmounted by a round brilliant-cut diamond, on post and hinged clip fittings, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, length 1.4cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 231. A DIAMOND FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, claw set throughout with marquise-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.30ct, ring size M½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

232. A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, designed as a line of uniform round brilliantcut diamonds in articulated four claw settings, spaced by five circular mixed-cut tanzanites, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘K18’, accompanied by BROWNS case and papers, total diamond weight approximately 1.90ct - 2ct, length 18cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 233. A PAIR OF TANZANITE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each oval mixed-cut tanzanite claw set within a border of round brilliant-cut diamonds, on post fittings, white precious metal mounted, signed BROWNS and stamped ‘18ct’ and ‘750’, numbered FD3845, with maker’s case and papers, total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct - 1ct, length 1.4cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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234. AN AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL PANEL BROOCH, of scrolled openwork design, stamped ‘15ct’, and a diamond five stone ring, stamped ‘18ct PT’, brooch length 3.7cm (2) £120-150 (plus 27% BP*) 235. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE PENDANT, the round brilliant-cut diamond in four claw setting, yellow precious metal mounted, together with a pair of 9ct gold and mabe pearl ear studs, with post and hinged clip fittings, a pair of cabochon garnet ear studs, and a pair of 9ct gold knot ear studs, pendant diamond weight approximately 0.25ct (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 236. A DIAMOND FOUR STONE RING, the Swisscut diamonds in claw setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct & Pt’, and a garnet and cultured pearl snowflake panel brooch, 9ct gold mounted, ring size I (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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237. A DIAMOND SET BAND RING, the flat section band applied with a horizontal panel of graduated round brilliant and singlecut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, together with a garnet single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, and a garnet single stone bar brooch, also 9ct gold mounted, first ring size M (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 238. TWO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP RINGS, the first set with graduated oval and circular mixed-cut sapphires, spaced by pairs of old and single-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Birmingham 1907, the second set with smaller similarly cut sapphires, spaced by single-cut diamonds, also 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Chester 1920, ring sizes T and P respectively (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

239. A CULTURED PEARL PANEL BROOCH, of foliate design, a further similarly set panel brooch, a citrine and half pearl brooch, the pear-shaped briolette-cut citrine in pinched claw setting, (one half pearl deficient, half pearls untested for origin), and a citrine single stone dress ring, stamped ‘750’, first brooch length 3.2cm (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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240. AN 18CT GOLD FANCY-LINK BRACELET, designed as a series of repeating textured and beaded hoop-shaped links, with Birmingham import marks, length 19.5cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 241. A COLLECTION OF TIGER’S EYE JEWELLERY, comprising a tiger’s eye bead pendant, by Sannit & Stein, the abstract textured 9ct gold mount hallmarked for London 1973, suspended from a fancy-link chain with tiger’s eye bead spacers, and a tiger’s eye bead crossover ring, the 18ct gold mount also hallmarked for London 1973, signed ROL, pendant length 3.8cm (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

242. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a ram’s head dress ring, of crossover design, with green enamel decoration, stamped ‘K18’, a cabochon set owl brooch, stamped ‘750’, a cabochon single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, two pairs of diamond and gem set cluster ear studs, and a half sovereign pendant on chain, first ring size M½ (6) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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243. AN 18CT TWO COLOUR GOLD BRACELET BY CARTIER, of fancy curb-link design, signed Cartier Paris and numbered 40116, with French eagle’s head mark and London import marks for 1975, length 18.5cm £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*) 244. A 14CT TWO COLOUR GOLD PANEL BROOCH, of knot design, with London import marks for 1985, length 3.3cm £120-150 (plus 27% BP*)

245. A PAIR OF EAR CLIPS BY CARTIER, of textured knotshaped half hoop design, on post and hinged clip fittings, signed Cartier and stamped ‘750’, length 1.7cm £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

246. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliant-cut diamond in raised claw setting, between textured shoulders, stamped ‘18ct’, diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, ring size N £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 247. A TURQUOISE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, modelled as an abstract tubular cluster of part-textured finish, highlighted by cabochon turquoise and single-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, ring size K½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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248. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET BRACELET WATCH BY CHOPARD FOR KUTCHINSKY, the oval silvered dial with baton markers, bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds, to a jewelled manual wind movement and tapered textured bracelet, 18ct white gold mounted, with London import marks for 1972, case numbered 42449 5026, dial signed Kutchinsky, movement and case signed L.U. Chopard & Cie, bracelet and crown signed LUC, in retailer’s box, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, case width 1.85cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 249. A FIRE OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the rectangular step-cut fire opal claw set within a border of baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18k’, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, ring size N £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

250. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, designed as a flowerhead cluster of oval mixed-cut sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.25ct, ring size L½ £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 251. A MABE PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT AND EARRINGS SUITE, each shaped circular panel centred with a mabe pearl surmounted by a round brilliant-cut diamond cluster, bordered by smaller diamonds, the earrings on post and hinged clip fittings, the pendant stamped ‘585’, length 2.5cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

252. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire in abstract claw setting, between two round brilliant-cut diamond highlights, white metal mounted, ring size M £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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253. A DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE AND EAR STUDS SUITE, each designed as a tapered curved bar surmounted by a round brilliant-cut diamond in collet setting, the pendant on a fine curb-link chain, the ear studs on post fittings, 18ct two colour gold mounted, cased by Walker & Hall, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, necklace length 37.5cm (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 254. A DIAMOND CROSSOVER RING, centred with a round brilliant-cut diamond in collet setting, between channel set shoulders of smaller brilliants, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, ring size W £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

255. A LABRADORITE AND GARNET PENDANT NECKLACE ATTRIBUTED TO FIONA RAE, comprising a single strand of graduated faceted labradorite beads, with overlapping spacers of textured feathered design, suspending a navette-shaped orange spessartine garnet cabochon pendant, in maker’s case, length 48cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

256. A DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, of segmented two colour design, centred with a line of uniform round brilliant-cut diamonds in square claw settings, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.70ct, length 16.5cm £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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257. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the transitional round brilliant-cut diamond in millegrain collet setting, between similarly cut diamond set shoulders, white precious metal mounted, principal diamond weight approximately 0.65ct, ring size T½ £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

258. A DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, designed as an articulated line of round brilliant-cut diamonds in square settings, 18ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 4.70ct, length 19cm £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

259. A PAIR OF CORAL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, each circular cluster drop centred with a coral corallium rubrum cabochon, bordered by millegrain set old-cut diamonds, below a similarly set trio of further old-cut diamonds, with later fittings, (one white stone later replaced), total diamond weight approximately 3ct, length 3.5cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 260. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds to a scroll decorated hoop, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct, ring size K½ £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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261. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the flowerhead cluster of old-cut diamonds in millegrain collet setting, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.15ct, ring size P £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 262. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING, the graduated old-cut diamonds to a scroll decorated hoop, yellow precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.60ct, ring size M £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

263. TWO YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL BANGLES, each of continuous part-textured twist design, stamped ‘P.J 22C’, inner diameter 5.9cm (2) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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264. A CULTURED PEARL FANCY-LINK NECKLACE, designed as a series of baton links spaced by single cultured pearls, yellow precious metal mounted, length 67cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 265. A PAIR OF GARNET EAR PENDANTS, each suspending a cluster of circular mixed-cut garnets in millegrain collet settings, on post fittings, length 3.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

266. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of amber beads, graduating from approximately 14mm to 21.5mm in length, together with a pair of amber set cufflinks, with baton fittings, (amber untested for origin and treatments), necklace length 40cm (2) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 267. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of uniform amber beads, measuring approximately 8.5mm to 9.5mm in length, (amber untested for origin and treatments), length 154cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

268. A PAIR OF DIAMOND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, each a lozenge-shaped tiered cluster of round brilliant and rectangular step-cut diamonds, on threaded post and hook fittings, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.20ct, length 2cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

269. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.25ct, ring size M £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

270. A LADY’S DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, the rectangular case and hinged cover of baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds opening to reveal a square silvered dial with Arabic numerals, between tapered articulated shoulders set with trios of further graduated brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, on a brilliant-cut diamond set bracelet, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 4ct, total length approximately 16.5cm, case width 1.4cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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271. A RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut ruby in millegrain collet setting, bordered by old and single-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, total diamond weight approximately 0.15ct, ring size N £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 272. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUBY AND DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, the openwork panel modelled as a heart entwined with a lover’s knot, set with channels of vari-shaped step-cut rubies and old-cut diamonds, gold and silver mounted, (one rose-cut diamond replaced), total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, length 3.4cm £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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273. A PAIR OF ENAMEL AND DIAMOND CUFFLINKS, each circular panel centred with an old-cut diamond bordered by rose-cut diamonds, to a blue guilloché enamel ground, on chain-link fittings, with possible St Petersburg marks (indistinct), panel diameter 1.55cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 274. A RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, designed as an articulated line of alternate circular mixed-cut rubies, sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18kt’, (one old-cut diamond and one red stone later replaced), total diamond weight approximately 0.85ct, length 18cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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275. A DIAMOND AND VARI GEM-SET PANEL BRACELET BY ANDREW GRIMA, designed as a series of abstract clusters of circular and oval mixed-cut rubies and sapphires, in fluted settings, spaced by old brilliant and single-cut diamonds, bordered by rectangular and square step-cut emeralds, 18ct gold mounted, unsigned, hallmarked for London 1962, maker’s mark HJ Co for Haller Jewellery Company, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, length 16.6cm, width 3.1cm By repute, this bracelet was commissioned in the early 1960s by the vendor’s grandmother, to incorporate gemstones from an earlier piece. Thence by descent. £3000-5000 (plus 27% BP*) 276. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET EARRINGS, each designed as an abstract flowerhead, centred with a cluster of round brilliant-cut diamonds, on post and hinged clip fittings, 18ct gold mounted (hallmarks rubbed), total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, length 2.35cm £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

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277. A LADY’S BRACELET WATCH, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, signed Oriosa, to a jewelled manual wind movement, the case stamped ‘14k 0,585’ and numbered 6730002, on a 9ct gold brick-link bracelet, in Oriosa box, case width 1.7cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 278. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY LONGINES, the circular signed gilt dial with baton markers, to a quartz movement, on a tapered bracelet of textured design, with maker’s logo to clasp, case numbered 19423455, case width 2.35cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 279. A LADY’S DIAMOND SET BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual movement, on a tapered mesh-link bracelet with single-cut diamond set shoulders, 18ct white gold mounted, with London import marks for 1966, dial and bracelet signed, case width 1.7cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

280. A COLLECTION OF GENTLEMAN’S DRESS JEWELLERY, comprising a pair of cufflinks, each circular mother of pearl panel centred with a circular mixed-cut sapphire, (sapphires untested for natural/synthetic origin), with reed and ribbon borders, on chain-link fittings, and four buttons and two dress studs, of similar design, cufflinks panel diameter 1.3cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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281. A GENTLEMAN’S MOTHER OF PEARL AND HALF PEARL DRESS SET, comprising cufflinks, buttons and studs, stamped ‘18ct PT’, cased, and a black enamel ‘Ermeto’ travel clock by Movado, numbered M1226449, cufflinks panel length 1.1cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

282. FOUR LADY’S 9CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCHES, the first with circular gilt dial, Arabic numerals and expanding brick-link bracelet, and three further examples, first watch case diameter 2.5cm (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 283. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH, the circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic and arrowhead markers, signed Longines, to a later quartz movement and tapered mesh-link bracelet, total length 17cm £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 284. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES, comprising a 9ct gold cased watch head by Rone, the square silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual wind movement, dial and movement signed, a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch by Rotary, a further lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, a lady’s gilt metal watch head, and a gilt metal cased wristwatch, first watch case width 2.55cm (5) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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285. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY INTERNATIONAL WATCH COMPANY, the oval gilt dial with black baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement, on a tapered brick-link bracelet of textured design, dial, movement, case and bracelet signed, the case with London import marks for 1970, numbered 1860947, in maker’s box, total length 17cm £700-900 (plus 27% BP*)

286. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY OMEGA, the square dial with black baton markers, to a calibre 484 jewelled manual wind movement, on a tapered textured bracelet with logo to clasp, the dial, movement and case signed, case numbered 7115690, case width 1.4cm, total length 17cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

287. A 9CT GOLD ‘DE LUXE’ BRACELET WATCH BY RECORD, the cushion-shaped gilt dial with black Roman numerals, to a jewelled manual wind movement, on a tapered brick-link bracelet, dial, movement and case signed, case numbered 313325, bracelet also signed WHW Ltd, case width 2.2cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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289. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH, the rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a later jewelled manual movement, in stainless steel case stamped RWC Ltd, the dial bearing ‘Rolex’ signature, on an unassociated leather strap, case width 2.2cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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290. A GENTLEMAN’S 18CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCH BY JAEGER-LECOULTRE, the cushionshaped gilt dial with chequered decoration and baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement numbered 2176763, the case with import marks for 1971, numbered 1282554 and 9040, on an unassociated leather strap, case width 3cm £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

291. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY INTERNATIONAL WATCH COMPANY, the circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement, the case with Swiss gold mark, stamped ‘18K 0,750’ and numbered 1341570, dial, movement and case signed, on a later leather strap, case width 3.55cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 292. A LADY’S 18CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCH BY INTERNATIONAL WATCH COMPANY, the rectangular silvered dial with baton markers, to a jewelled manual wind movement, the case with London import marks for 1963, dial, movement and case signed, case numbered 1682646, on an unassociated leather strap, case width 1.9cm £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

293. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘SEAMASTER’ WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, to a calibre 601 manual wind movement numbered 26139454, the case numbered 135.011, dial, case and movement signed, on an unassociated expanding bracelet, in maker’s box, and a further gentleman’s wristwatch by Cyma, on an unassociated leather strap, first watch case diameter 3.3cm (2) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*) 294. A GENTLEMAN’S ‘COMPUTRON’ WRISTWATCH BY BULOVA, the shaped rectangular case with chequerboard detail and digital display, on a tapered segmented bracelet, in maker’s box, case width 3.1cm £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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295. A SILVER CASED WRISTWATCH, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a manual wind movement, on later leather strap, case diameter 3.4cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

296. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY CERTINA, the circular signed silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals at 12, baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, to a manual wind movement, yellow precious metal mounted, on a gilt metal expanding-link bracelet, case width 3.3cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 297. A GENTLEMAN’S 18CT GOLD CASED WRISTWATCH BY SMITHS, the circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, arrowhead markers and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual wind movement, the case back with presentation inscription dated 1957, on an unassociated leather strap, and a 9ct gold cased wristwatch by Waltham, the case back with presentation inscription dated 1931, on an unassociated leather strap, first watch case width 3.4cm (2) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

298. A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY LONGINES, the circular black dial with alternate silvered Arabic numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual wind movement numbered 5860946, the stainless steel case numbered 20644 174, dial and movement signed, with later unassociated crown and leather strap, case width 3.2cm £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

299. A GENTLEMAN’S CHRONOMÈTRE WRISTWATCH BY OMEGA, the circular dial with alternate Arabic numerals, bead markers and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual wind movement numbered 30T2Rg and 10644758, the stainless steel case numbered 2800-2, dial, movement and case signed, with later unassociated crown and leather strap, case width 3.4cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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300. A LADY’S WRISTWATCH BY LONGINES, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a jewelled manual wind movement, yellow precious metal mounted, dial, movement and case signed, case and movement numbered 5410064, on an unassociated strap, (winder deficient), case width 2.6cm £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

301. A GILT METAL HUNTER FOB WATCH BY ELGIN, the circular dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement numbered 11195129, case numbered 5564642, inscribed to dust cover, dial and movement signed, (glass deficient), together with a gilt metal open face pocket watch, the dial signed Garrard, inscribed to case back, first watch case diameter 3.5cm (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 302. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement signed Waltham, USA, numbered 17619818, the case with engraved flowerhead and foliate borders, hallmarked for Chester 1912, numbered 2372, case diameter 5cm £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

303. A HUNTER POCKET WATCH BY E HOWARD & CO, BOSTON, the circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, outer scale 0-60 and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind ¾ plate movement, dial and movement signed, movement numbered 212645, the case profusely engraved with flowerheads, foliage and scrolls, stamped ‘BLAUER 14K’ and numbered 163278, case diameter 5.4cm Previously owned by Donald Mitchell Healey (3 July 1898 - 15 January 1988), the celebrated motor car designer, engineer, rally car driver and speed record holder. Thence by descent. £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 304. AN EARLY VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY JAMES MCCABE, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a key wind movement, the engine-turned case hallmarked for London 1839, the dial, movement and case signed Ja’s McCabe, Royal Exchange, London and numbered 15998, case diameter 4.1cm £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

305. AN 18CT GOLD HUNTER POCKET WATCH BY E. WHITE, COCKSPUR STREET, LONDON, the circular gilt dial with Roman numerals and floral engraved decoration, to a keyless wind movement, the engine-turned case with London hallmark and maker’s mark AN, monogrammed, dial and movement signed, movement and case numbered 1158, (some damage, glass deficient), case diameter 3.7cm £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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306. A GOLD PLATED OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH WITH MUSICAL AUTOMATON AND ALARM BY REUGE, the circular polychrome dial depicting a pastoral scene, with gilt automata of a falconer raising and lowering his arm, seated upon a horse drinking from a trough, accompanied by a lady operating a water pump, to a jewelled manual wind movement and pin barrel musical movement, the case decorated with musical instruments and foliage, numbered 1379, with alarm pusher at 11, dial and case signed, with key, case diameter 5.6cm £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*) 307. AN ENAMEL HUNTER FOB WATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, to a keyless wind movement, the floral and foliate scroll decorated case heightened with red, green and yellow enamel thistles, stamped ‘14k’ with Swiss squirrel mark, numbered 92415, monogrammed, (winder deficient), case diameter 3.1cm £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 308. A HUNTER FOB WATCH BY WALTHAM, the circular two tone dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and gilt decoration, to a keyless wind ¾ plate movement numbered 10131149, dial and movement signed, the case stamped ‘10k’ and numbered 63931, (glass deficient), case width 3.85cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

309. AN OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to a keyless wind movement signed Syren, with Dennison gilt metal case, case diameter 4.9cm £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 310. TWO OPEN FACE FOB WATCHES, the first with Arabic numerals, outer scale 0-60 and scroll pierced hands, signed Charvet, Le Havre, case numbered 19605, the second with Roman numerals and outer scale 0-60, the engine-turned case numbered 87818 23292, suspended from a 9ct gold ribbon bow brooch fitting, together with a silver sovereign case, monogrammed, first watch case diameter 2.8cm (3) £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

311. A COLLECTION OF GILT METAL POCKET WATCHES, to include a half hunter example by Thomas Russell & Son, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, dial and movement signed, case numbered 638558, inscribed, two further half hunter pocket watches, and three open face examples, first watch case diameter 5cm (6) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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312. AN EDWARD VII SOVEREIGN, dated 1904 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

313. TWO VICTORIA HALF SOVEREIGNS, dated 1887 and 1890, and a George V half sovereign, dated 1914 (3) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 314. A GEORGE II GUINEA, dated 1740 £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

315. A GEORGE III SOVEREIGN, dated 1820, and a German 20 Mark gold coin, dated 1910 (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 316. AN ELIZABETH II ‘BRITANNIA’ PLATINUM PROOF £25 COIN, dated 2017, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 214 £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

317. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 2002, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 06701 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 318. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 2016, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 3792 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 319. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 2017, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 03337 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

320. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF £5 COIN, dated 2018, commemorating the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 174 £900-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

321. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 2018, commemorating the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 421 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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322. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ‘AMERICAN EAGLE’ PLATINUM PROOF $100 COIN, dated 2016, cased by United States Mint £400-500 (plus 27% BP*) 323. A MEXICO GOLD 50 PESOS COIN, dated 1947 £750-850 (plus 27% BP*)

324. A REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE GOLD $150 COIN, commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Singapore, dated 1969, cased by Singapore Mint £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 325. A REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE GOLD $150 COIN, commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Singapore, dated 1969, cased by Singapore Mint £600-800 (plus 27% BP*) 326. A SOVEREIGN SET BRACELET, comprising a line of seven George V sovereigns, dated from 1911 to 1928, suspending a George V half sovereign, dated 1925, from a curb-link swag, length 17.5cm £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*) 327. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLD $10 COIN, dated 1912, cased by Harrington & Byrne £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

328. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLD PROOF HALF-DOLLAR COIN, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the death of John F. Kennedy, dated 2014, cased by United States Mint £550-650 (plus 27% BP*)

329. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF 50 PENCE COIN, commemorating the Scouts Centenary, dated 2007, cased by The Royal Mint £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

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330. A GOLD 20 FRANCS COIN, dated 1878, in later case £140-180 (plus 27% BP*)

331. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF £25 COIN, dated 2018, commemorating Four Generations of Royalty, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 0833 £150-250 (plus 27% BP*) 332. A VICTORIA AUSTRALIA SYDNEY MINT SOVEREIGN, dated 1868 £300-350 (plus 27% BP*)

333. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD £10 COIN, dated 2006, in 9ct gold pendant mount, length 2.45cm £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 334. AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, dated 2015 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

335. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLD QUARTER-DOLLAR COIN, dated 2016, cased by United States Mint £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

336. AN ELIZABETH II ALDERNEY GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 2018, commemorating the 65th Anniversary of the Coronation, cased by Harrington & Byrne £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

337. AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, dated 2017, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 0057 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 338. AN ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA GOLD PROOF $25 COIN, dated 2017, cased by The Perth Mint £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

339. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF £10 COIN, dated 2012 £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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340. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF PIEDFORT SOVEREIGN, dated 2017, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 1495 £350-400 (plus 27% BP*)

341. AN ELIZABETH II FIVE COIN GOLD PROOF SET, comprising a five sovereign, double sovereign, sovereign, half sovereign and quarter sovereign, dated 2018, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 332 £1500-1800 (plus 27% BP*) 342. A GOLD 20 FRANCS COIN, dated 1910 £140-180 (plus 27% BP*)

343. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD £5 COIN, dated 2007, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 0482 £900-1000 (plus 27% BP*) 344. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD £2 COIN, dated 1989, commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the gold sovereign £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

345. AN ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA GOLD AND SILVER $100 COIN, Perth Mint Centenary sovereign, dated 1999 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 346. A REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA GOLD 1000 SCHILLINGS COIN, dated 2002, cased by The Royal Mint £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

347. ANCIENT GREECE, TWO TETRADRACHMS, comprising a tetradrachm of King Demetrius I Soter, Seleucid Empire, circa mid-2nd century BC, and a posthumous Alexander tetradrachm, depicting Heracles in lion skin, and Zeus seated with eagle and sceptre, circa 3rd century BC (2) £200-400 (plus 27% BP*) 348. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLD HALFDOLLAR COIN, dated 2016, cased by United States Mint £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

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349. AN ELIZABETH II SOUTH AFRICA GOLD £1 COIN, dated 1960, and an Elizabeth II South Africa gold halfpound coin, dated 1960 (2) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

350. AN ELIZABETH II BERMUDA GOLD $10 COIN, dated 1990 £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

351. A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN, dated 1913, and an Elizabeth II sovereign, dated 2005 (2) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 352. TWO GEORGE V HALF-SOVEREIGNS, dated 1912 and 1914 (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 353. A REPUBLIC OF SOMALIA GOLD 1000 SCHILLINGS COIN, dated 2001, cased by The Royal Mint £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

354. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD 20 PENCE COIN, dated 2002 £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 355. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLD ONE DIME COIN, dated 2016, cased by United States Mint £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

356. A GEORGE V BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION MEDAL, dated 1924, cased, a silver Tower Bridge Centenary medal, dated 1994, cased, a silver £5 coin, two silver proof £2 coins, three silver proof 50 pence coins, a silver proof 20 pence coin, a silver proof 10 pence coin, and three further silver proof coins (13) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 357. A GEORGE V SILVER WREATH CROWN, dated 1927, and a George V penny, dated 1912 H (2) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

359. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD QUARTER SOVEREIGN, dated 2009, a silver piedfort crown, dated 2000, a silver proof £1 four coin set, two silver proof £1 coins, all cased by The Royal Mint, and a retro pattern coin set (6) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 360. AN ELIZABETH II ‘RED DRAGON OF WALES’ GOLD PROOF £25 COIN, from The Queen’s Beasts series, dated 2018, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 0453 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

361. AN ELIZABETH II ‘BRITANNIA’ GOLD PROOF COIN SET, comprising a £100 coin, a £50 coin, a £25 coin and a £10 coin, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 0613 £1400-1600 (plus 27% BP*) 362. AN OLIVER CROMWELL HALFCROWN, dated 1658 £400-600 (plus 27% BP*) 363. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLD $5 COIN, dated 1912, later cased by Harrington & Byrne £150-250 (plus 27% BP*)

364. AN ELIZABETH II ALDERNEY GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN, dated 2017, and an Elizabeth II Alderney platinum proof sovereign, dated 2017, in Harrington & Byrne case (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

365. A HENRY II (1154-1189) SILVER PENNY, a Richard I (1189-1199) silver penny and a John (1199-1216) silver penny, later cased by Harrington & Byrne (3) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*) 366. AN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF £2 COIN, dated 2011, commemorating the Mary Rose, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 1064 £350-450 (plus 27% BP*)

358. AN ELIZABETH II 9CT GOLD PENNY, dated 2015, commemorating the 800th Anniversary of the Magna Carta, two Elizabeth II silver £5 coins, dated 2015 and 2017, two United States silver $1 coins, dated 1998 and 2018, and a Japan silver proof medal, dated 1990 (6) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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367. AN ELIZABETH I SIXPENCE, dated 1592, and a Charles II Twopence, dated 1679 (2) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

368. AN ELIZABETH II SILVER PROOF PIEDFORT £5 COIN, commemorating the 2012 London Paralympic Games, cased, an Elizabeth II silver proof £5 coin, dated 2012, commemorating the Diamond Jubilee, cased, and a silver bar incorporating an Elizabeth II silver Britannia £2 coin, dated 2015, cased (3) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

369. A COLLECTION OF COINAGE AND OBJECTS, comprising a Victoria Diamond Jubilee silver medal, dated 1897, cased, a pair of silver letter openers, an Elizabeth II Executive Proof Set, dated 2009, cased, two United States of America silver proof $1 coins, dated 2012, cased, a Mexico silver 10 Pesos coin, dated 1996, a Canada silver proof $1 coin, dated 1984, a Spain silver 5 Ecru coin, dated 1989, and assorted further coins (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 370. AN ELIZABETH II ‘FAMILY SILVER COLLECTION’ PROOF COIN SET, dated 2008, cased by The Royal Mint, certificate no. 1727, and an Elizabeth II ‘Premium Proof Collection’, dated 2012, cased by The Royal Mint (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 371. AN ELIZABETH II SILVER PROOF COIN SET, dated 2006, commemorating The Queen’s 80th Birthday, £5 to penny, cased by The Royal Mint £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

372. AN ELIZABETH II SILVER PROOF £1 FOUR COIN SET, dated 2010-2011, two United Kingdom proof coin sets, dated 2011 and 2015, four Elizabeth II silver £2 coins, dated 1999, 2009, 2010 and 2010, five United States of America silver $1 coins, dated 2008, 2013, 2013, 2014 and 2016, and a Canada silver $10 coin, dated 2017 £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 373. AN ELIZABETH II SILVER PROOF £1 FOUR COIN SET, two Elizabeth II silver £100 coins, each dated 2015, a silver £50 coin, dated 2015, three silver £20 coins, four silver £2 coins, two United States silver $1 coins, a Fiji silver $10 coin, a Falkland Islands silver 50 pence coin, and assorted further coins (qty) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*) 374. A 9CT GOLD COMMEMORATIVE COIN, celebrating the reign of Edward VIII, hallmarked for London 2001, two United States of America silver $1 coins, an Elizabeth II silver £2 coin, an Elizabeth II Canada silver $5 coin, an Elizabeth II Australia silver $1 coin, and assorted further coins (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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375. A WORLD WAR ONE MEMORIAL PLAQUE, inscribed for John William Hopkins £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

376. A MILITARY CROSS, dated 1945, and miniature (2) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

377. A MOST EXCELLENT ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE MBE BREAST BADGE, cased, and miscellaneous medals, insignia and badges (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 378. UNITED KINGDOM TREASURY NOTES, N F Warren Fisher, comprising two 10 Shillings notes, K/95 571626 and W/52 363394, and a One Pound note, C1/32 207562 (3) £200-400 (plus 27% BP*)

379. A COLLECTION OF BRITISH AND WORLD BANKNOTES, to include a white £5 note, 1944, E77 069152, a white £10 note, 1938, L/102 04572, a white £20 note, 1937, 54/M 20723, assorted further Bank of England notes, and assorted Euro notes, contained in a folio (qty) £1200-1800 (plus 27% BP*)

380. A COLLECTION OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BANKNOTES, to include a Vermont, Bank of Windsor, One Dollar note, and assorted further banknotes, contained in a folio (qty) £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 381. TWO NORTHERN IRELAND BANKNOTES, comprising a Northern Bank Limited Five Pounds note, N-I/S 19556 and Ten Pounds note, N-I/N 08451, both dated 1943 (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 382. A COLLECTION OF SCOTTISH BANKNOTES, various dates and denominations (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 383. A COLLECTION OF BRITISH AND WORLD BANKNOTES, various dates and denominations (qty) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 384. A LARGE COLLECTION OF BRITISH AND WORLD COINS (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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401. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY SHOOTING BUTT MARKER/SELECTOR, by Charles & George Asprey, London 1905, the hinged top opening to reveal three hinged compartments, each containing three numbered ivory markers, presentation inscription to one side, and further inscribed ‘Rossie Priory Dec 1905’ to the other, 4.5cm high £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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402. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OVAL SHOULDER BELT PLATES, each engraved with a crowned coat of arms, by Thomas Willmore, Birmingham 1803, 8cm high; together with a 19th Century Scottish clan badge for Anstruther, 6.5cm (3) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

403. AN ANTIQUE SILVER CIRCULAR BOX, the hinged cover with relief portrait of Charles I, within engraved border, the underside of the base with engraved crest, unmarked, 6.5cm diameter £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

404. AN EARLY GEORGE III SILVER TUMBLER CUP, of plain rounded form, London 1775, with later 19th Century inscription ‘George and Laura Lyon, Their Cup, Oct 1895’, 6.3cm diameter £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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405. A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL AND MOTHER OF PEARL VENEERED CARD CASE, centred with an engraved silver lozenge, 9.2cm; and another 19th Century tortoiseshell veneered card case (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

406. A GEORGE IV SILVER CHEESE SCOOP, with ivory handle, by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1822, 21.5cm long £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 407. A GEORGE III SILVER MEAT SKEWER, with loop handle, by George Smith II, London 1777, 32cm long; together with a 19th Century silver plated meat skewer by John Gilbert, 30.5cm (2) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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408. A GEORGE II SILVER MARROW SPOON, maker R.H., London 1751, 22.5cm long £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 409. A GEORG JENSEN SILVER LILY PATTERN SAUCE LADLE, import marks for London 1936, 13cm long £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

410. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, with hinged front flap, and engine turned decoration, import marks for Stockwell & Co, London 1926, 8.5cm; a Continental miniature conical sifter, embossed with figures and engraved with buildings, 4.5cm; a silver rectangular photo frame; and a silver plated caddy spoon, relief decorated with a swaddled baby (4) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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411. A MONT BLANC ‘STARWALKER’ BALLPOINT PEN, black, with service guide and original box £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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412. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL BALUSTER SMALL VASE, the pale pink guilloche enamel ground decorated with stylised leaves and berries, by Heinrich Levinger, Birmingham 1903, 11cm high £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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413. A SILVER AND ENAMEL SMALL HAND MIRROR, the white guilloche enamel ground painted with a spray of roses and forget-me-nots, by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1963, 15.5cm; together with a similar circular compact, the enamel lid painted with a rose, 4.5cm (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

414. A SILVER AND PINK GUILLOCHE ENAMEL CIRCULAR BOX, the hinged cover painted with a courting couple in a garden, import marks for P.H. Vogel, London 1924, and for Cohen & Charles, 6cm diameter; a Continental enamel circular box, the top painted with a young girl in a garden, the sides and base painted with a garden landscape, 4.5cm; and another enamel circular box, the deep blue ground gilt decorated with stars, 4.5cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 415. A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL CIRCULAR BOX, with pique inset greek key borders, the cover inset with a glazed panel painted with a naked maiden in a landscape, 7.8cm diameter; and another circular tortoiseshell box, the cover inset with a 19th Century oval miniature portrait of a lady, watercolour on ivory, 8cm diameter (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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416. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CIRCULAR PILL BOX, repoussé decorated with scrolls, Birmingham 1900, 3cm; another silver pill box; a silver cased whole walnut box, stamped 925; an enamel propelling pencil painted with a cherub; a glazed circular miniature portrait of a young girl; a pair of mother of pearl and guilloche enamel opera glasses, painted with flowers (AF); a gilt compact, decorated with flowers; and four various decorative boxes (11) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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417. A SILVER MOUNTED BLUE GLASS DESK RULER, with engine turned decoration, by Padgett & Braham Ltd, London 1928, 32cm long; and a very similar red glass example by the same maker, London 1924 (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 418. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER HANDLED IVORY PAGE TURNER, the handle embossed with scrolling foliage, Birmingham 1894, 37cm long; and an early Victorian silver letter opener, with shaped and engraved decoration, by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1847, 23cm (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

419. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVER RECTANGULAR BOX, decorated with alternating bands of flowers and blue enamel stripes, the lid with oval portrait reserve now containing a photograph, stamped 935, 7cm wide (see illustration on page 59) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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420. A MID 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER AND NIELLO SNUFF BOX, the top and bottom decorated with city scapes, the sides with scrolling foliage, Moscow 1854, maker’s mark B.E., assay master Andrey Kovalsky, 7cm wide (see illustration on page 59) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 421. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER OVERLAID GLASS SCENT BOTTLE AND STOPPER, with pierced and engraved foliate decoration, 11.5cm high; two pairs of Norwegian silver and vari-coloured enamel topped cut glass scent bottles, each pair on a fitted oval plate stand; a silver and blue enamel topped glass jar, Birmingham 1926; a cut glass powder jar, the top inset with an Art Nouveau style embossed portrait of a lady; and one other small silver topped jar (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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422. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY PIN CUSHION, in the form of a heeled court shoe, maker’s mark indistinct, Birmingham 1890, 10.5cm; and two other silver novelty pin cushions in the form of lace up boots, both by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, one Chester 1909, the other Birmingham 1910, 12.5cm (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

423. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MENU HOLDERS, each pierced and embossed with cherubs and fruiting vine, by Mappin & Webb, London 1900, 11cm wide; another of easel form, decorated with a resting Cupid, London 1902; and a small silver model of two cherubs upon a bench, import marks for Chester 1898 (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

424. A COLLECTION OF SMALL SILVER ITEMS, to include an Edwardian Art Nouveau miniature photo frame, Birmingham 1903, 4.5cm, another miniature photo frame, Birmingham 1912, an Edwardian stamp box, on ball feet, Birmingham 1904, a lobed vesta case, an oval box and cover, an Edwardian oval photo frame with ribbon cresting, Birmingham 1909, an aide memoire, two decanter labels for Brandy and Port, other small items, a plated vesta with enamel ‘Match to Strike’ decoration, and other plated items including a rabbit baby’s rattle with mother of pearl teether, and a small box in the form of a pig (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 425. A SILVER PLATED SQUARE SECTION DISPLAY CASE, with bevelled glass top and sides, and mirrored base, on shaped feet, 26.5cm wide; and a silver plated and enamel three piece dressing table set, the white enamel ground painted with flowers (4) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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426. A SILVER NOVELTY ‘MY LAST ROLO’ by C.W. Sellors, 2.2cm wide, in original presentation box £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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427. A 19TH CENTURY IVORY RECTANGULAR CASKET, with white metal mounted corner plates and escutcheon, 14cm wide £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

428. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH TORTOISESHELL CIRCULAR BOX, with gold piqué inset border, the lid inset with an oval portrait miniature of a young lady, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm diameter (see illustration on page 62) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*) 429. A PAIR OF 15CT GOLD OVAL CUFFLINKS, monogrammed, 5.6 grams, in fitted case, two yellow metal propelling pencils, both by Sampson Mordan & Co; a silver small propelling pencil; and one other £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

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430. A SILVER NURSE’S BELT BUCKLE, the two part buckle pierced and engraved with stylised scrolling foliage, London 1967, 9.5cm wide overall £20-40 (plus 27% BP*)

431. A VICTORIAN SILVER BELT BUCKLE, of scroll pierced rectangular outline, by Lawrence Emanuel, Birmingham 1876, 9cm wide; a set of four late Victorian silver buttons, by the same maker, Birmingham 1900; and a 19th Century silver and mother of pearl folding fruit fork, marks rubbed (6) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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432. A SILVER AND SKY BLUE ENAMEL EASEL TIMEPIECE, of shaped outline, with circular dial, by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1929, 9.5cm high, in original fitted case £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

433. A SILVER AND TURQUOISE ENAMEL EASEL TIMEPIECE, of shaped outline, with circular gilt dial, by Williams Ltd, Birmingham 1923, 9cm high £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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434. A GEORGE IV SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, the top and bottom with a border of stylised foliate motifs, and having pierced gilt grille, maker T.S. possibly Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1829, 4cm; another, William IV vinaigrette with engraved decoration, by Joseph Bettridge, Birmingham 1830, 3.5cm; and two further small 19th Century vinaigrettes, engraved with foliage (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

435. A GEORGE IV SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, with engraved decoration, foliate cast border and pierced gilt grille, by Joseph Bettridge, Birmingham 1823, 3.2cm; another early 19th Century vinaigrette with diagonal banded decoration, 3.5cm; a further small early Victorian vinaigrette by Francis Clark, Birmingham 1840, 2.5cm; and one other (4) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 436. A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, engraved with wrigglework and with foliate cast border, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1810, 3cm; another, of plain chamfered design, maker J.T. possibly John Thropp, Birmingham 1806, 2.5cm; another George III vinaigrette, engraved with strapwork, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1810, 3cm; and two further 19th Century silver vinaigrettes (5) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 437. A GEORGE III SILVER RECTANGULAR VINAIGRETTE, of chamfered rectangular form, engraved with wrigglework and with plain pierced grille, by Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1800, 3cm; a William IV small vinaigrette, Birmingham 1836; and three Victorian silver vinaigrettes (5) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 439 438. A SET OF TEN ZIMBABWEAN SILVER MENU OR PLACE CARD HOLDERS by Patrick Mavros, in the form of African wild animals, including zebra, rhino, hippo, monkey, warthog and others, each on oval hardwood base inset with maker’s plaque, 6cm wide, with three boxes (10) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*) 439. AN INDIAN POLISHED STEEL AND SILVER INLAID OVAL BOX AND COVER, inlaid with a spray of flowers, 6.5cm long; and a similar rectangular cigarette case (2) £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

440. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER ‘CASTLE TOP’ CARD CASE, of shaped rectangular form, relief decorated with the Scott Monument, Edinburgh, and further chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, by Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1870, 10cm high (see illustration on page 59) £400-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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441. A 19TH CENTURY RUBY GLASS DOUBLE ENDED SCENT BOTTLE, with faceted, slightly tapered hinged body, and gilt mounts, 13.5cm, in fitted case; a late Victorian silver cigarette case, of diagonally fluted form, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1896, 12cm, 5 oz; a similar plated vesta; and an Edwardian silver mounted watch holder, Birmingham 1908 (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

442. A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL AND MOTHER OF PEARL VENEERED CARD CASE, inlaid with a chequered design, 10.5cm; a 19th Century Tunbridge inlaid small card case; a papier mâché snuff box; and an Edwardian silver topped cut glass inkwell, Chester 1905 (4) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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443. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR PETROL LIGHTER, with gilt applied monogram and jewelled catch, by Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1909, 6cm high (see illustration on page 59) £140-180 (plus 27% BP*)

444. A SILVER CLIP ON TRAVELLING ASHTRAY AND CIGAR REST by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1912, stamped No. 20330, 14cm long; together with a pair of Edwardian silver cigar rests, by Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1902, 11cm; and an Edwardian silver cigarette case, engraved with scrolling foliage, by M Emanuel, Birmingham 1905, 8 oz overall (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 445. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DOUBLE STAMP BOX, the glazed sloping hinged top with inset stamps, on gadrooned base, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1904, 6.5cm wide; and a silver matchbox case, of lozenge design, London 1926, 6.5cm (2) (see illustration on page 59) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 446. A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND OTHER OBJECTS, comprising a miniature armada dish, a Victorian vesta case, a silver mounted nut vesta, a cased decorative spoon, three enamelled decanter labels with initials M, R & B, two 19th Century decanter labels for Port and Sherry (AF), a silver seal modelled as a statue of Cupid, a silver cigar piercer, and other items (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 447 447. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER GILT BABY’S RATTLE, engraved with birds and foliage, by William Summers, London 1884, in fitted case (lacks coral teether); together with a 19th Century coral teether, with foliate gilt mounts, 8.5cm long (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

448. A LATE VICTORIAN REGIMENTAL SILVER TABLE LIGHTER, in the form of a drum, with crown wick holder, and four tools to the sides, on ball feet, by Frederick Courthope, London 1885, 11cm high £500-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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449. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVER AND PLIQUE À JOUR ENAMEL SMALL BOX, maker’s mark D.L. probably Julien Duval & Georges Le Turcq for Tiffany & Co, the top of chequered design within a border of conjoined flowerheads, the sides with ribbon and flowerheads united by a silver winged cherub figure at each rounded corner, signed Tiffany & Co, Paris, 4.5cm wide £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

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450. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BABY’S RATTLE AND WHISTLE, repoussé decorated with ‘C’ scrolls, hung with four bells, and having coral teether, by Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1903, 9cm long £70-90 (plus 27% BP*) 451. A GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLE, with punched border, and whalebone twist handle, by Peter & ? Bateman (marks partly rubbed), London 1793, 35cm long; and a 19th Century silver plated butter spade, with ivory handle, 16.5cm (2) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

452. TWO GRADUATED LATE VICTORIAN SILVER GAME SKEWERS, each with pierced caduceus terminal, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1898, 20.5 and 15.5cm respectively (2) £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

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453. A SILVER AND SILVER GILT CIRCULAR BOX AND COVER, by Stuart Devlin, London 1984, the top with flowerhead design over red enamel, 6.7cm wide, boxed £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

454. A GEORGE IV SILVER RECTANGULAR SNUFF BOX, with engine turned decoration and foliate cast borders and thumb piece, by John Bettridge, Birmingham 1829, 8cm wide (see illustration on page 59) £180-220 (plus 27% BP*) 455. A GEORGE III SILVER CROWN, 1820, EF £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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456. AN EARLY GEORGE III MEAT SKEWER, with cast shell and loop handle, by John Lambe, London 1774, 36cm long £150-180 (plus 27% BP*)

457. A GEORGE II SILVER MARROW SCOOP, by Richard Hussey, London 1756, 22cm long £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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458. A GEORGIAN SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN MARROW OR CRAB SCOOP, engraved initials A.S. unmarked, circa 1760, 14.5cm £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

459. A GEORGE IV SILVER FISH SLICE, with pierce decorated blade, the shaped handle cast with fruiting vine, by Jonathan Hayne, London 1827, 30cm long £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 460. A MONT BLANC MEISTERSTUCK FOUNTAIN PEN, No. 146, 14.2cm, in black case £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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461. A GEORGE III SILVER APPLE CORER, with rounded handle, by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1793, 13cm long overall £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

462. A SILVER RECTANGULAR LARGE CIGARETTE CASE, with engine turned decoration and a band of gilt border, by Padgett & Braham Ltd, London 1955, 12.5cm, 6 oz; and a silver engine turned compact of square section (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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463. A LATE VICTORIAN GILT-BRONZE COMMEMORATIVE CHESS PIECE BY CARLO AND ARTHUR GIULIANO, modelled as a rook, inset to the top with a section of Trans-Atlantic telegraph wire, inscribed ‘CHESS MATCH BY CABLE BETWEEN HOUSE OF COMMONS, LONDON AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, WASHINGTON PLAYED OVER THE LINES OF THE ANGLO AMERICAN TELEGRAPH CO, LONDON AND WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO, NEW YORK 1897 and CONTRACTORS THE TELEGRAPH CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE CO., LONDON, signed C&AG to base, 7.5cm high

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464. FOUR LIMITED EDITION SILVER PROOF CROWNS, QE2 World Cruise 1979, together with a collection of assorted commemorative crowns, to include 1981 Royal Wedding, Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1977, and others similar (qty) £30-40 (plus 27% BP*) 466. A MID-VICTORIAN SILVER CYLINDRICAL STRING BOX, engraved with scrolling foliage and with loop handle, by Smith, Nicholson & Co., London 1851, 7cm high, 4oz. £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

467. A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS, with pierced decoration, London 1823, 25.5cm long, 6oz. £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

468. A PAIR OF GEORGE I SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, with bright cut decoration, by Edward Jennings, London 1720; and a pair of early George III Irish silver tablespoons, by Michael Keating, Dublin 1761. (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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469. TWO 18TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER TABLESPOONS, later embossed as berry spoons; a George III Irish silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle, by William Law, Dublin 1812, a pair of George III silver bright cut sugar tongs, by Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1795; two Victorian butter knives, with ivory handles; an Edwardian silver bread fork, Birmingham 1901; and a silver pickle fork. (8) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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470. A SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, ONE FOR EACH OF THE SIX ASSAY OFFICES, 1953; a silver seal-top spoon, London 1953; and a set of four Victorian egg spoons, London 1887. 6oz overall. (11) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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471. A SET OF SIX MID-VICTORIAN SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, the blades engraved with fish and scrolling foliage, and having spirally lobed ivory handles, by John Gilbert, Birmingham 1876, (12) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

472. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER DRUM MUSTARD, with foliate engraved decoration, the lid with scallop thumbpiece, by Charles Reily & George Stores, London 1844, 7cm high; another similar mustard, with gadrooned border, maker’s marks rubbed, London 1844, a pair of late Victorian silver salts, and two pairs of silver peppers (8) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 473. A SET OF TWELVE EARLY 20TH CENTURY TURKISH SILVER GILT CUPS, embossed with castles and stylised repeated foliage, Ottoman Empire marks, and having florally painted porcelain liners (two lacking), in fitted case £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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474. AN AMERICAN SILVER SIFTER SPOON, by Gorham, stamped Sterling, and a collection of miscellaneous foreign spoons, forks and small items including a small box with tortoiseshell inset cover, stamped 935, and a silver candle snuffer, approximately 15 oz overall £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 475. A PAIR OF TURKISH SILVER BEAKERS, with engraved decoration, Ottoman Empire marks, 8cm high; and another Eastern beaker of slightly flared form, engraved with swags and stylised foliage, 9cm high (3) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 476. A COLLECTION OF EASTERN WHITE METAL ITEMS, including a circular mirror embossed with angel figures, two rectangular boxes, a filigree decorated belt pouch, a circular box and cover with rose finial, two small circular boxes with green hardstone inset lids, and other similar items (qty) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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477. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, with gadrooned borders, the shaped bodies with a band of reeded decoration with foliate motifs, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1906 and 1908, teapot 17cm high, 33 oz overall (3) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

478. A 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED OVAL TEA TRAY, with pierced galleried border, 61cm; and a pair of 19th Century plated three light candelabra (3) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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479. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a set of six circular small dishes, by Tessiers Ltd, London 1965, a leaf shaped dish, by Barker Ellis Silver Co., Birmingham 1965, a christening mug, by Gorham Manufacturing Co., Birmingham 1910, a late Victorian drum mustard, London 1893, four further mustards, some with blue glass liners and spoons, a needle case with engraved decoration, and an eggcup, 30 oz overall £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 480. A SET OF MINIATURE SILVER INGOTS: the 100 Greatest Cars, boxed together with guide book and viewer, by John Pinches Ltd £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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481. A PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS DECANTERS AND STOPPERS, of square section, London 1974, 24cm high (2) £20-30 (plus 27% BP*)

482. A PAIR OF SILVER SCALLOP SHAPED BUTTER DISHES, with glass liners, by Williams Ltd, Birmingham 1921, cased; a set of twelve silver teaspoons, Sheffield 1938; a set of six silver teaspoons; and a set of six silver coffee spoons, both cased £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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483. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising four table forks, four dessert forks, six dessert spoons and six soup spoons, various makers and dates, 36 oz overall £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

484. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a sauce ladle, ten tablespoons, twelve dessert spoons, thirteen table forks, and nine dessert forks, various makers and dates, 95 oz overall £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 485. A COLLECTION OF MIXED SILVER FLATWARE, to include a set of three Victorian King’s pattern fish knives with engraved blades, London 1866, various mainly 19th Century Old English pattern dessert spoons, two pairs of sugar tongs, and various tea and coffee spoons, forks etc, approximately 28 oz overall (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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486. A GEORGE II SILVER SAUCE BOAT, with leaf capped scroll handle, on scroll feet, by John Langlands I and John Goodrick, Newcastle 1754, 14cm long, 7 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 487. A GEORGE III SILVER CREAM JUG, embossed and chased with swags of flowering foliage, and with reeded borders and handle, by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1794, 11cm high, 5.5 oz; and a Victorian silver twin handled pedestal sugar basin, embossed with flowers, by Martin Hall & Co., Sheffield 1855, 4 oz (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

488. A MATCHED PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS, by Viner’s Ltd, London 1934 and Sheffield 1955, 7 oz; a silver sugar basin, on pad feet, London 1899; a set of four silver candlesticks, on weighted bases, Birmingham 1923, 13cm high; a pair of silver spill vases, with pierced borders, weighted bases; a similar smaller spill vase; a small sweetmeat dish; and a silver topped cut glass jar (qty) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 489 489. A SET OF SIX SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1950, 18.5 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

490. A SILVER WAITER, with scallop and scroll cast piecrust border, by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1913, 22cm wide, 8.5 oz £60-90 (plus 27% BP*) 491. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NAPKIN RING by Liberty & Co., the spot hammered ground embossed with a crown and ‘AC ER VII’ for the Coronation of Edward VII, also stamped Cymric, Birmingham 1901, 4.3cm diameter £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 492. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising seven various small trophy cups, four various napkin rings (one Maltese, stamped 800), a circular ashtray, a tea strainer, a pierce decorated three piece cruet set, and another cruet set, approximately 20 oz weighable (qty) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

493. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKETS, with foliate pierced decoration, and shell and scroll cast borders, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1907, 15cm diameter, 8 oz; and a pair of silver twin handled baluster urns, on pedestal bases, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1913 and 1915, 9cm high, 10.5 oz (4) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

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494. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS CLARET JUG, with domed, hinged cover, engraved with swags of foliage, and having hobnail cut body and lobed foot, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1890, 28.5cm high £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) BP* – Buyer’s Premium of 27% incl. VAT @ 20%

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495. A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL TEAPOT, with beaded borders, engraved with ribbon tied foliage and having fruitwood handle and knop, by John Schofield, London 1779, 11cm high, 14 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 496. A GEORGE III SILVER OVAL TEAPOT STAND, with beaded border, on claw and ball feet, by Hester Bateman, London 1784, 16.5cm, 5 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 497. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER SIDE HANDLED PORRINGER, by Tiffany & Co., with shaped ivory handle, stamped Tiffany & Co 16128 3479 Sterling silver, and with import marks for Albert William Feavearyear, London 1906, 12cm diameter, 7.5 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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498. A SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA SERVICE, with beaded borders, the teapot and hot water pot with ebonised handles and knops, by Viners Ltd, Sheffield 1940, teapot 15.5cm high, 63.5 oz overall (4) £500-600 (plus 27% BP*) 499. A MID 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED BALUSTER TEA URN AND COVER, with gadrooned borders, and twin reeded handles, on square base with claw feet, 43cm high £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

500. A PAIR OF MID 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS, and a quantity of miscellaneous silver plated items and flatware etc (qty) £40-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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501. A WILLIAM IV SILVER SHAVING BRUSH, by Archibald Douglas, London 1833, 11cm long; together with a Victorian silver catheter, by Thomas Nicholls, London 1875; seven various 18th and 19th Century silver teaspoons, including a bright cut example with scalloped bowl, a silver fob medallion, and a small silver pepper (11) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*) 502. A SET OF SEVEN DANISH SILVER TEASPOONS by Georg Jensen, of Acorn pattern, 11cm, and one other spoon (8) £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

503. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SAUCE LADLES, by Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1809, a set of four George III Old English pattern dessert spoons by Stephen Adams I, London 1811, and a quantity of mixed silver flatware, various dates and makers, 23.5 oz overall (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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504. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a gravy spoon, maker W.E., London 1829, three sauce ladles by Francis Higgins II, London 1829, nine table forks and seven dessert forks, by James Beebe, London 1821-23, and seven dessert spoons by Chawner & Co., London 1840, crested, 52 oz overall (qty) £400-500 (plus 27% BP*) 505. A MATCHED SET OF SEVEN GEORGE II SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, comprising three by Ebenezer Coker, London 1756, three further of the same date, one with maker’s mark W.T., and one other (marks rubbed), 16.5 oz overall (7) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 506. A SET OF SIX GEORGE II SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, with foliate scroll decoration to the back of the bowls, by Elizabeth Jackson, London 1749, 6.5 oz overall (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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507. A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by Richard Crossley, London 1791, and a pair of similar gravy spoons, maker’s mark T.E., possibly Thomas Ellis, London 1772, 19 oz overall (8) £140-180 (plus 27% BP*) 508. A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, by Charles Fox II, London 1824, 26.5 oz overall (11) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

509. A SILVER SWING HANDLED SUGAR BASKET, with gadrooned border, the sides pierce decorated with stylised flowers and trellis, on foliate cast feet, blue glass liner, by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 11cm wide, together with a silver five bar toast rack, Sheffield 1925, and a seven bar toast rack, Chester 1916 (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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510. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS, with fluted columns, beaded drip pans and beaded square bases, by Jenkins & Timm, Sheffield 1900, weighted bases, 12.5cm high; and another similar pair, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1900 (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

511. A SET OF FOUR SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped and tapered stems, on chamfered, weighted square bases, by Clark & Sewell, Chester 1926, 23cm high (4) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

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512. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a Georgian toddy ladle, with shaped bowl and ebonised handle, marks indistinct, a square cigarette box, Birmingham 1926, a late Victorian christening fork and spoon, Sheffield 1897, cased, a domed topped box, London 1900, a pair of domed topped peppers, and matching mustard, Chester 1926, four various further silver mustards, four napkin rings, a mirror stamped Sterling, and a set of four plated salts (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 513. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, by John Rose, Birmingham 1921, a Danish silver pedestal salt and mustard, with integral blue glass liners, three silver mounted small photograph frames, and one other small frame (7) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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514. See opposite page

515. A SET OF TWELVE 20TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, of shaped design, makers initials P.D. Dublin 1968 and 1969, 46 oz overall (24) £400-600 (plus 27% BP*)

516. A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by Isaac Solomon, Cork circa 1815, marked ‘I Solomon Sterling’, 4.5 oz (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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517. TWO PAIRS OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, by Richard Garde, (Cork) Dublin 1823 and 1831; a similar tablespoon by the same maker, 1833; a similar pair of tablespoons by Samuel Neville, Dublin 1804; two further similar tablespoons; a table fork; and six teaspoons, all early 19th Century Irish, 27 oz overall (16) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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514. A LATE 19TH CENTURY GERMAN (HANAU) SILVER TANKARD, of 17th Century design, having hinged slightly domed cover, the body decorated with circular bosses and engraved stylised foliage, stamped 835, 18cm high overall, 20 oz £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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518. A GEORGE III IRISH PROVINCIAL SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, by Samuel Green, Cork circa 1810, each piece with shaped rectangular body, engraved with hatched panels of stylised foliage, with scallop decoration and gadrooned borders, on ball feet, the teapot with ebonised handle, each piece stuck twice with incuse maker’s initials only, teapot 18.5cm high, 44 oz overall (3) £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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519. A SET OF FIVE WILLIAM IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, by Jonathan Hayne, London 1830; two others similar, including one by Paul Storr, London 1817; a George III fiddle pattern gravy spoon, London 1804; a similar tablespoon; three similar teaspoons by William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter 1851; and one other teaspoon, 23 oz overall (13) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 520. A LATE VICTORIAN CLARET JUG, with silver plated mounts, the tapered glass body engraved with ribbon tied swags of flowers and butterflies, the mounts with scroll handle, 27.5cm high £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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521. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a small armada dish, London 2004, three various bottle coasters, with turned wooden bases, a small folding photo frame, a cased set of six teaspoons, three 19th Century condiment spoons, a christening knife and fork, a decanter label for brandy, a blotter, a napkin ring, and two paper knives with steel blades, approximately 8 oz weighable (qty) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*) 522. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER TROPHY CUP, with engraved decoration, by Augustus George Plessé, London 1863, 19cm high, 8 oz; together with other silver items comprising a cigarette box, a sweetmeat dish, a vesta with enamel pennant design, a navette shaped small box, a matchbox cover, a cut glass inkwell with silver cover, an Edward VII Coronation medallion, two Dutch crowns, and other coins (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

523. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a late Victorian cigarette case, engraved with scrolling foliage, Birmingham 1897, four various napkin rings, a cylindrical mustard with glass liner, and a silver handled button hook, 8.5 oz overall weighable (6) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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524. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED HEAVY CUT GLASS INKWELL, of faceted square section, having hobnail cut base, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, 10cm wide; together with a pair of silver plated candlesticks, of corinthian column form, with beaded, stepped square bases, 29cm high (3) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 525. A MID 18TH CENTURY SILVER COFFEE POT, the tapering body and hinged cover later repoussé decorated with flowering foliage and ‘C’ scrolls, and having fruitwood handle, marks rubbed but London, maker’s initials possibly W.W., 25cm high, 20.5oz overall £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 526. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR EASEL MIRROR, pierce decorated and embossed with masks, putti, urns and scrolling foliage, and having bevelled plate, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1887, 28cm high £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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527. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR DRESSING TABLE TRAY, repoussé decorated with birds, masks and scrolling foliage, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1899, 27cm; an Edwardian silver cream jug, with reeded border, on pedestal square foot, by William Aitken, Birmingham 1906; other silver including a George III sifter spoon, London 1807, an Arts & Crafts style mustard, Birmingham 1912, a salt, various dressing table items; and a white metal tea strainer with stork handle, approximately 18 oz weighable (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 528. A 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED TEA KETTLE ON STAND, with beaded borders, on scallop cast feet, 33cm high; and other silver plated items to include an Asprey rectangular twin handled warming stand, with burner, a pair of Sheffield plate candlesticks, a pedestal bowl, an entree dish and cover, and a muffin dish and cover (qty) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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529. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CREAM JUG, with gadrooned border and half lobed body, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1901, a collection of other silver, comprising a five bar toast rack, a pair of George III Old English pattern tablespoons, London 1792, a Victorian sifter spoon, London 1863, a fiddle pattern fish knife, a set of six teaspoons, three napkin rings and a hand mirror, 21.5 oz weighable (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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530. A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CUP HOLDERS, pierced and embossed with cherubs and scrolling foliage, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1897; other silver items to include an oval tobacco box, a cigarette box, a candle snuffer, several engraved trophy mounts/plaques, other small items, a model of a fox (one leg AF), various small Continental pieces, an American bell, and a small quantity of further plated and metal items, approximately 24 oz weighable (qty) £200-250 (plus 27% BP*) 531. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER GILT CIRCULAR DISH, with scallop and foliate scroll cast border, engraved with stylised foliate and scroll motifs, on three shaped feet, by Crichton Bros, London 1906, 15.5cm diameter, 9 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 532. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SWING HANDLED OVAL BASKET, with beaded border, and with pierced and engraved decoration, by Haseler Bros, London 1899, 16.5cm, another pierced and engraved swing handled small basket, Birmingham 1905, 10.5cm; and a George III Irish oval pierce decorated salt, on claw feet, blue glass liner, by William Bond, Dublin circa 1800, 9 oz overall (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

533. AN EXTENSIVE EARLY 20TH CENTURY AUSTRIAN SERVICE OF FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, the handles decorated with stylised foliage, comprising twelve tablespoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve fish knives and forks, twelve teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, twelve ice cream spoons, soup ladle, gravy spoon, salad servers, fish servers, two sauce ladles, a sifter spoon, seven various other serving spoons/forks/slices, sugar tongs, and three square section salts, with blue glass liners, and spoons, maker F.B., 221 oz overall; together with twelve each of matching table knives, dessert knives and tea knives, with (mostly replacement) steel blades £1500-2000 (plus 27% BP*)

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534. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER CHRISTENING CUP, engraved with strapwork, and with shaped handle, on pedestal foot, by Edward and John Barnard, London 1865, 10.5cm high, 5 oz; and other small silver items comprising an overlaid glass teapot stand, Birmingham 1928, a mother of pearl handled bread fork, two other forks, a mustard spoon, a square box (lacks cover), and four various silver topped glass jars (one with tortoiseshell and piqué inset) (qty) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 535. A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, with gadrooned and foliate scroll cast borders, on bun feet, the teapot with composition handle and knop, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1920, teapot 15cm high, 41.5 oz overall (3) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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536. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE BACHELOR’S TEA SERVICE, with beaded borders and engraved with swags, the teapot with ivory handle, by Henry Holland, London 1867, teapot 11.5cm high, 14 oz overall (3) £120-180 (plus 27% BP*)

537. A SET OF SIX SILVER FISH KNIVES AND FORKS, with ivory handles, by R.F. Mosley & Co., Sheffield 1911, in fitted oak case; a set of six silver bean end coffee spoons, cased; a pair of Victorian silver circular salts, with blue glass liners, on lion’s mask paw feet; a small silver cream jug; and two small silver pedestal dishes (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 538. See opposite page

539. A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER CELTIC POINT PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by George McHattie, Edinburgh 1813, 8 oz (4) £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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538. A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with shaped and knopped stems, on shaped square bases, by John Watson & Son, Sheffield 1835, 28.5cm high, with later Victorian silver three light candelabra attachments, by Daniel and John Welby, London 1889-1893, (one drip pan a replacement), 44.5cm high overall, candlesticks with weighted bases, the attachments approximately 40 oz overall (2) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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540. A WILLIAM IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SLICE, with pierce decorated blade, by William Knight II, London 1835; a George III fiddle pattern sifter spoon, by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1817, a George III sauce ladle by Peter & William Bateman, London 1808, and a Victorian fiddle pattern sauce ladle by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, London 1853, 9 oz overall (4) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 541. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising two circular salts, one by Robert Scott, Glasgow 1871, the other with indistinct marks; a silver mounted cut glass spirit decanter and stopper; a pedestal sweetmeat dish, Birmingham 1919; three napkin rings; a matchbox cover; a christening fork and spoon; a pair of sugar tongs; three other odd spoons; a thimble; and a pair of plated knife rests, approximately 10 oz weighable (qty) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

542. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER BACHELOR’S TEAPOT, of half lobed form, with ebonised handle and knop, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1904, 10cm high; together with a similar twin handled sucrier, Sheffield 1917; a tea strainer and a bowl; a napkin ring; a Victorian christening knife, fork and spoon, with mother of pearl handles, by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1891, cased; an egg cup; and a plated sifter spoon, cigarette box and a hot water pot, approximately 14 oz weighable (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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543. See opposite page

544. A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN COIN SILVER GRAVY SPOON, by John McMullin, Philadelphia; a pair of American silver berry spoons, embossed with fruit and flowers, by S Kirk & Son, stamped Sterling; an Edwardian Arts & Crafts silver serving spoon, with bishop terminal, maker’s mark E.T.W. over W, London 1904; two early 19th Century silver caddy spoons, with scalloped bowls and bright cut handles; another caddy spoon (unmarked); a 19th Century fiddle pattern sauce ladle by John Osment, Exeter 1851; and a Victorian fiddle pattern butter knife (9) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 545. A SILVER TEAPOT, of shaped outline, with ebonised handle and knop, on bun feet, by S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Chester 1930, 14.5cm high, 16 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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543. A SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG, for Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee, having oval loop handle, the glass body with gilt Royal Crest, by Mappin & Webb, London 1977, 27.5cm high £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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546. A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, each piece with globular body, relief decorated with birds amidst bamboo, and with faux bamboo handles and knops, character marks, teapot 12.5cm high, 33 oz overall (3) £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 549 547. See opposite page 548. See page 94

549. A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER BACKED CLOTHES BRUSHES by Wang Hing, relief decorated with dragons on a spot hammered ground, circa 1910, 14.5cm (2) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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547. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET by Wang Hing, 1910, comprising a tray, hand mirror, pair of hairbrush backs, pair of comb backs, clothes brush, cylindrical box and cover, rectangular box and cover, shoe horn, button hook and glove stretcher, relief decorated with herons amidst iris on a spot hammered ground, tray 28cm wide, in original fitted hardwood box, and accompanied by the original receipt from Wang Hing dated 1910, and a letter from the original purchaser gifting it to his wife, also dated Hong Kong 1910 ÂŁ1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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548. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER CYLINDRICAL BOX AND COVER by Wang Hing, relief decorated with iris on a spot hammered ground, 8cm diameter, containing an original sketched design for the piece on waxed paper, circa 1910 £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 551 550. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME by Wang Hing, pierce decorated, embossed and engraved with dragons amidst clouds, 20cm high £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

551. A SET OF FIVE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER MENU HOLDERS by Wang Hing, each in the form of an opened fan, relief decorated with flowering branches, and with easel backs, 7.5cm wide (5) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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552. A LATE 19TH/ EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT SILVER CHATELAINE CLIP by Wang Hing, relief decorated with dragons within shaped borders, and hung with five various English silver accessories, including a 19th Century vinaigrette by Joseph Willmore; two pencils; a whistle and button hook, overall length 29cm; and a small Chinese model of a junk, on hardwood stand (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 553. A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, London 1865, assorted other 19th Century and later silver teaspoons etc., a pair of silver sugar tongs, London 1883, another small pair, and a set of six German fiddle pattern teaspoons, stamped 800, approximately 28 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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554. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SEVEN BAR TOAST RACK, by Hukin & Heath (John Thomas Heath & John Hartshorne Middleton), of arched design, with wavy divisions and loop handle, on bun feet, Birmingham 1890, 12.5cm high, 6 oz £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

555. A CONTINENTAL SILVER TEA STRAINER, the borders cast with cherubs and flowers, import marks for Berthold Hermann Muller, 12cm; a pair of silver sugar nips; a pair of silver decanter labels for Whiskey and Sherry; and a late Victorian silver mounted cut glass scent bottle, with hinged wrythen cover, London 1892 (5) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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556. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a baluster sugar castor by Frank Finley Clarkson, London 1924, 14cm high; a helmet shaped cream jug, Birmingham 1969; a small armada dish, London 1977; a coin inset white metal dish; an Edwardian card case, embossed with foliate scrolls, Birmingham 1905; a pierce decorated mustard and pepper; three vesta cases; three small circular boxes; a pepper; a thimble; various spoons etc (one plated); and a three piece dressing table set, approximately 23 oz weighable (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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557. A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE IV SILVER DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS, with carved green stained bone handles, by Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield 1822, in original red leather fitted box, with retailer’s label for Stammers Goldsmith, 99 Strand, London £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 558. A SET OF TWELVE EDWARDIAN SILVER DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS, with rounded handles, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1905, 37 oz overall £250-300 (plus 27% BP*)

559. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER PEPPER, with foliate engraved decoration, by Elizabeth Ivory, London 1860, 10cm high; another, Edwardian pepper of faceted baluster form, London 1905; a Continental lobed baluster pepper; and a late 19th Century silver topped cut glass condiment jar, by Mitchell Bosley & Co, Birmingham 1891 (4) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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560. A SET OF FOUR MID VICTORIAN SILVER CIRCULAR SALTS, with gadrooned borders, on shaped feet, by George Ivory, London 1856, 15 oz; a pair of late Victorian small lobed salts, Chester 1897; another foliate embossed pair of salts, Birmingham 1905; a silver pepper and matching mustard; another silver mustard; and another salt (12) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 561. A GEORGE II SILVER MARROW SCOOP, maker’s initials R.P. probably Robert Perth, London 1748, 22.5cm long £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

562. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SUGAR NIPS, maker’s mark struck twice R.M., probably Richard Mills, London circa 1760, 11cm; and a George III silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon, by William Pugh, Birmingham 1816, 9cm (2) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*)

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563. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER MUG, embossed with scrolling foliage and having scroll handle, by Joseph Angell I and John Angell I, London 1838, 9cm high, 4.5 oz; together with a silver twin handled shallow bowl, Birmingham 1970, 5 oz; and a late Victorian silver scallop butter dish, London 1891 (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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564. A SILVER MOUNTED GLASS WHISKEY TOT, of conical form, by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1910, 10cm high; an Edwardian silver topped cut glass scent bottle, London 1906; and a collection of seventeen further silver topped glass bottles, jars and condiments, various sizes (19) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 565. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, to include a christening cup, Sheffield 1937, a late Victorian miniature double photo frame, Chester 1900, three other silver small photo frames, a silver mounted cut glass knife rest, other small silver items, a small quantity of plated items, a gold and cultured pearl stick pin, and a small quantity of other pins and brooches (qty) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

566. A SET OF SIX SILVER ART NOUVEAU TEASPOONS by Liberty & Co, the terminals with stylised flowerhead motifs, Birmingham 1929 (6) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

567. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL BASKET, pierce decorated with scrolling foliage, and having foliate scroll cast borders, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1902, 25cm wide, 18.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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568. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GORHAM ‘ATHENIC’ SILVER AND COPPER VASE, having pierced Art Nouveau style outer supports and copper ‘U’ shaped inner, stamped ‘Sterling Silver BY173’, 10cm high; a similar tray of shaped rectangular form, stamped ‘Gorham & Co, Copper and Silver, BY310B’, 31cm; a similar small tray, stamped ‘Athenic, Gorham & Co. BY176’, 11cm; and a similar larger bowl, stamped 1851 (4) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*) 569. A SET OF SIX SILVER AND VARI-COLOURED ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, Birmingham 1960, in fitted case; another similar set with bean terminals, cased; a set of six silver fruit knives with mother of pearl handles, Sheffield 1923; a set of six silver teaspoons; a set of six silver cocktail sticks, all cased; and a Continental four piece silver handled christening set, cased (qty) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*) 570. See page 100

571. AN ART DECO SILVER TABLE LAMP, of textured square section design, on square base, by British Metalising Co. Ltd, London 1937, weighted base, 35.5cm high £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 569

572. A VICTORIAN CUT GLASS CLARET JUG with silver plated mounts, foliate cast and engraved with fruiting vine, and having hobnail and star cut body, 31cm high; and a 19th Century silver plated condiment stand fitted with various cut glass bottles and jars (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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570. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with spirally fluted columns and corinthian capitals, on weighted square bases, by Martin, Hall & Co, London 1888, 26cm high (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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573. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER EASEL DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with arched top, applied with ribbon tied garlands of flowers, and having bevelled plate, by Elkington & Co, London 1906, 44.5cm high £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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574. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a late Victorian cheese scoop by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1900, a Victorian bright cut fiddle pattern sifter spoon, London 1892, a pair of fiddle and thread pattern mustard spoons, various other spoons etc, a pair of napkin rings and two others, boxed, a novelty thimble form small tumbler, a scallop butter dish, and a small coaster with turned wooden base, approximately 16.5 oz overall weighable (qty) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

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575. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED CANDLE SNUFFERS, on beaded oval twin handled tray, 28cm; and other silver plated items including a pair of Victorian pierced and engraved fish servers with ivory handles, a pair of grape scissors, various silver handled serving slices etc; and other similar pieces (qty) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

576. A MODERN SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, with reeded and strapwork border, 22.5cm high overall; three further, smaller, silver photograph frames; and a Scottish Britannia standard photograph frame, embossed with a flower with cabochon stone inset centre, and oval reserve, 15cm (5) £60-90 (plus 27% BP*)

577. A PAIR OF ART DECO SILVER SWEETMEAT DISHES, each of elongated octagonal form, with ivory mounted twin scroll handles, on pedestal foot, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1932, 17.5cm wide, 12 oz overall (2) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

578. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER CASTORS, embossed and engraved with flowerheads and scrolling foliage, by Jacob Berman, London 1883, 13.5cm high, 7 oz overall; and a Victorian silver baluster cream jug, embossed with wheat ears and flowering foliage, on claw feet, London 1885, 11cm high, 3 oz (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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579. A PAIR OF SILVER SWING HANDLED SWEETMEAT BASKETS, with pierced decoration, on pedestal bases, by Harrison Bros & Howson, Sheffield 1911, 11cm wide, 6.5 oz; a silver milk jug, with reeded border, Chester 1938, 5oz; a silver twin handled bowl, Birmingham 1942, 3 oz; a pair of Edwardian silver spill vases, repoussé decorated with flowering lilies, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1906, 13.5cm high; and another pair of silver spill vases, with shaped and flared rims, Birmingham 1962 and 1972, one inscribed, weighted bases (8) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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580. A SERVICE OF ART DECO SILVER FLATWARE, the rounded and faceted handles with two bands of copper coloured decoration, comprising two tablespoons, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, six fish knives and forks, six ice-cream spoons, and six teaspoons, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, 1930 and 1935, 71.5 oz overall; together with the matching steel table and dessert knives, with faceted ivory handles £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

581. A SET OF SIX EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER OVERLAID MINTONS COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS, the pierced overlay of Art Nouveau design over a deep blue ground, in original fitted case £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

582. A LATE 17TH CENTURY GERMAN SILVER GILT BEAKER, of plain tapered form, with ‘snakeskin’ decoration, Augsburg circa 1690, maker’s mark A.M., 8.5cm high £700-900 (plus 27% BP*) 583. A LATE 18TH CENTURY GERMAN SILVER BALUSTER CREAM JUG, with wrythen body and hinged domed cover, on circular pedestal foot, Augsburg 1775-1777, maker’s mark indistinct, possibly H.A., 14cm high £300-500 (plus 27% BP*)

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584. A GEORGE III SILVER GOBLET, with gilt interior, and bright cut vacant armorial, on circular beaded foot and square pedestal base, by Thomas Chawner, London 1786, 15cm high, 5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

585. A SET OF THREE GEORGE III SILVER WINE COASTERS, with gadrooned borders, lobed sides and turned wooden bases, by John Roberts & Co., Sheffield 1810, 14.5cm diameter (3) £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 586. A RUSSIAN SILVER GILT AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SWING HANDLED SUGAR BASIN AND CREAM JUG, Moscow 11th Artel, circa 1908-1917, 88 Zolotniks, decorated with a stylized floral design, basin 12.5cm wide (2) £800-1200 (plus 27% BP*)

587. A SET OF FOUR RUSSIAN SILVER GILT AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SPOONS, Cyrillic maker’s mark E.H., 84 Zolotniks, 10.5cm long; and a set of four Russian silver gilt spoons with engraved decoration, by Fyodor Ivanov, Moscow 1843-82, 13.5cm long (8) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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588. A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVER SAUCE BOATS, with shaped borders, scroll handles and stepped hoof feet, maker’s mark L.R., Paris circa 1738, 18.5cm long, 18.5 oz overall (2) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

589. A SERVICE OF SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising soup ladle, gravy spoon, two sauce ladles, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert spoons, six tablespoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, twelve teaspoons, six egg spoons, four salt spoons, sugar sifter spoon, sugar tongs, and mustard spoon, predominately by Josiah William & Co., London 1928-27, 148 oz overall; together with the ivory handled steel table knives, cheese knives, and carving set, in fitted mahogany canteen with two drawers £1200-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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590. AN 18TH CENTURY SILVER COFFEE POT, with hinged domed cover, embossed with flowers and scroll work, and having ivory handle, marks erased and re-marked by London Assay Office, London 1994, 20.5cm high, 19 oz overall £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

591. A VICTORIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED SWEETMEAT BASKET, pierce decorated with stylised foliage, on pierced, lobed foot (lacking glass liner), by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1875, 12.5cm high, 6.5 oz; together with an Eastern white metal oval box and cover; and a 19th Century Sheffield plate candlestick (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

592. A WILLIAM IV SILVER DRUM MUSTARD, with gadrooned borders, scroll handle and heart pierced thumb piece. blue glass liner, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co., Sheffield 1836, 8.5cm high £70-90 (plus 27% BP*)

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593. A GEORGE III SILVER CIRCULAR BOUGIE BOX, with hinged side handle, the lid with crescent shaped swivel cutter, by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London 1794, containing wax coil, 6.5cm diameter £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 593

594. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER CAKE STAND, pierce decorated and engraved with flowers and scrolling foliage, on spreading circular foot, by Howard & Co., New York, 26.5cm diameter, 21 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

595. A SET OF THREE EDWARDIAN SILVER SWEETMEAT DISHES, comprising one large and two smaller, of lobed form, on knopped stems and lobed bases, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., London 1901 and 1902, largest 14.5cm diameter, 17 oz overall (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 596. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PEDESTAL CREAM JUG, with beaded border, on square foot, by Dimier Bros, London 1905, 13.5cm high, 4.5 oz £50-70 (plus 27% BP*)

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597. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER CREAM JUG, embossed with flowers and with shaped handle, on shell capped scroll legs with scallop feet, by William Robert Smily, London 1851, 12cm high, 5 oz; and a mid Victorian silver baluster christening mug, embossed with flowers and foliage, by the same maker, London 1859, 9cm high, 3 oz (2) £90-120 (plus 27% BP*)

598. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a sugar basin by Thos Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1911, a milk jug, Birmingham 1932, a pair of late Victorian circular salts, on pad feet, London 1893, a pair of mid 18th Century tablespoons, later embossed as berry spoons, a cased three piece christening set, a cased three piece cruet set, four coffee spoons, and a white metal tea strainer, approximately 18 oz weighable, and two plated wine coasters (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

599. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL SWEETMEAT BASKETS, with pierced decoration, by Elkington & Co., Sheffield 1904, 16.5cm; a pair of silver pierce decorated hexafoil sweetmeat dishes, on pedestal bases, Birmingham 1959; another pair of Edwardian silver pierce decorated sweetmeat dishes, with foliate embossed shaped borders, London 1902 and 1903; and a similar slightly larger sweetmeat dish, Chester 1899, 16cm, 16 oz overall (7) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 600. A SET OF EIGHT EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, by Patrick Leonard, Chester 1842 & 1843, and four very similar spoons by the same maker, Sheffield 1839 & 1841, 18 oz overall (12) £180-220 (plus 27% BP*)

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601. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising three tablespoons, six dessert spoons, and six table forks, all by Thomas Wallis II, various dates, and six dessert forks by James Beebe, London 1830, 33 oz, together with six table and six dessert knives (plated handles) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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602. A W.M.F. ART NOUVEAU DISH, relief decorated with a young woman collecting wine in a pitcher, with fruiting vine above, stamped W.M.F. marks, 28.5cm wide £40-50 (plus 27% BP*)

603. A SERVICE OF PERUVIAN SILVER FLATWARE, the handles with anthemion terminals, comprising serving fork and spoon, twelve table forks, twelve tablespoons, twelve dessert forks and twelve dessert spoons, stamped Sterling 925, 73.5 oz overall, together with the matching silver table and dessert knives with steel blades £600-800 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 602

604. A PERUVIAN SILVER SALVER, with piecrust border, 30.5cm diameter; and two further Peruvian silver plates, both inscribed, all stamped Sterling 925, 38.5 oz overall (3) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 603

605. A PERUVIAN SILVER BALUSTER WATER JUG, with part lobed body, pierced foliate cast border, and scroll handle, stamped Sterling 925, 17cm high, 15 oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

606. A PERUVIAN SILVER SQUARE DISH, with spot hammered decoration, 14.5cm wide; together with a similar small triform dish and rectangular small tray, all stamped Sterling 925, 19.5 oz overall (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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607. A PERUVIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE comprising teapot, hot water pot and sucrier, together with another similar sucrier and milk jug, all stamped Sterling 925, teapot 13.5cm high, 33 oz all in (5) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

608. A PERUVIAN SILVER BALUSTER MILK JUG, with scroll handle, 11.5cm high, stamped Sterling 925, 6.5 oz; a similar tea cup, with bird handle; a pair of spot hammered salad servers, with hardwood handles; and two other similar servers, stamped Sterling 925 (6) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

609. A PERUVIAN SILVER MOUNTED BOX, the glazed lid inset with a woven textile fragment, stamped Sterling 925, 11.5cm; a similar, larger box, apparently unmarked; three embossed white metal boxes; and a similar scent flask (6) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

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610. A SILVER OVAL BASKET, pierce decorated with swags of stylised foliage within scroll cast border, by John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1911, 36.5cm, 17 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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611. A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a pair of octagonal small dishes, London 1933; a pepper grinder; a cigarette case; a pair of small peppers; and a pair of salts (8) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*) 612. A MODERN SILVER RECTANGULAR LARGE PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, 29cm high overall, two similar smaller frames, and a Peruvian white metal small photo frame (4) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

613. A QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATED ITEMS, to include a punch bowl, with lobed and embossed decoration, a Kings pattern ladle, a swing handled cake basket, an oval entree dish, a 19th Century chamberstick, an epergne with cut glass vases, various photo frames etc (qty) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 617

614. See opposite page

615. A SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE BOX, with engine turned decoration, on bun feet, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1928, 15cm wide £80-£100 (plus 27% BP*) 616. See page 112

617. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP, for Lady Gifford’s Harriers Point to Point Steeplechases, April 15 1909, presentation inscription, by Atkin Bros, Sheffield 1907, 17cm high, 23 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 618

618. A SILVER SALVER, with reeded piecrust border, on scroll feet, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, London 1939, 31cm wide, 33.5 oz £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 619. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER OVAL BASKET, with gadrooned border and pierced decoration, by Martin, Hall & Co,, Sheffield 1902, 21.5cm, 7 oz; and a similar, smaller dish, repoussé decorated with flowers and ‘C’ scrolls, Birmingham 1903, 16.5cm (2) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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614. AN ASPREY SILVER PLATED NOVELTY COCKTAIL SHAKER, in the form of a dumbell, stamped ‘Asprey London, 3138S, Made in England, Pat. applied for 20510/35’, 27cm high £100-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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616. A SILVER TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP AND COVER, of baluster form, with twin winged female caryatid handles, on pedestal foot, the cover with pine cone final, presentation inscription, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1921, 37.5cm high, 35 oz £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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620. A SET OF SIX SILVER FRUIT KNIVES AND EIGHT FORKS, with mother of pearl handles by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1936; a set of six silver handled dessert knives and forks, Sheffield 1933, cased; and a small collection of silver flatware £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 620

621. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER GUERNSEY MILK CAN, of globular form, by Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1901, the base with retailer’s mark for Roger Silversmith Guernsey, 15cm high, 6.5 oz; together with a silver baluster cream jug, with shaped handle, Birmingham 1934, 6 oz; and a plain bowl, London 1925, 12.5cm, 10 oz (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

622. A COLLECTION OF SILVER, comprising a twin handled trophy cup, Birmingham 1933, a small armada dish, London 1970, a pedestal sugar basin with beaded border, Birmingham 1931, and another sugar basin, 18 oz overall (4) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

623. A GEORGE III SILVER PIERCE DECORATED OVAL SALT, on claw feet, by Robert Hennell II, London 1818, glass liners, 8cm; a silver baluster christening mug, Birmingham 1950, 9.5cm; a silver twin handled shallow dish, Birmingham 1902; a silver three piece cruet set, Birmingham 1947; a silver miniature pepper in the form of a thistle, by George Wish, Sheffield 1905; a silver sovereign case (AF); and a silver mounted cut glass small decanter and stopper, approximately 10 oz weighable (qty) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 621

624. A SILVER SALVER, with piecrust border, on shaped feet, engraved facsimile signatures, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1930, 37cm diameter, 39.5 oz £300-500 (plus 27% BP*) 625. A GEORGE III SILVER BALUSTER MUG, later chased and embossed with flowers and foliage, and with scroll handle, by John King, London 1772, 11.5cm high, 11 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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626. A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with baluster knopped stems, on circular weighted bases, by Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1934, 26.5cm high (2) £100-200 (plus 27% BP*) 627. See opposite page

628. A PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER KING’S PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising six table forks, six dessert forks and seven dessert spoons, by William Eaton, mainly 1841-43, 45.5 oz overall (19) £350-450 (plus 27% BP*) 629. A GEORGE IV SILVER PLATED COFFEE POT, with half lobed body, gadrooned border and wooden handle, 21.5cm high; and a late Victorian silver plated angular seven bar toast rack, in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, 17cm long (2) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 626

630. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, with reeded borders, ivory handle and knop, by Thomas Johnson, London 1804, 18cm high, 21.5 oz overall £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

631. A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN SILVER GILT OVAL SALTS, repoussé decorated with flowers and ‘C’ scrolls, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders and James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd, Birmingham 1894, in fitted case; together with a set of six Edwardian silver apostle top teaspoons, with matching tongs, Sheffield 1906, cased (2) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 632. A SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, by John Hawkins, London 1802; together with a set of five William IV fiddle pattern tablespoons, by Jonathan Hayne, London 1831; and one other similar tablespoon, London 1812, 28 oz overall (12) £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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627. A PAIR OF LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY IRISH SILVER CANDLESTICKS, of fluted column form, with pierced corinthian capitals, and gadrooned square bases, Hibernia and Dublin marks only, to the sides of the bases and to the drip pans, 27cm high, 30 oz overall (2) £800-1000 (plus 27% BP*)

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633. A SILVER ROSE BOWL, with shaped and pierce decorated rim, and lion’s mask twin ring handles, on circular pedestal foot, by Thomas Latham & Ernest Morton, Birmingham 1913, 19cm diameter, 19.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

634. A SILVER MILK JUG, with gadrooned border, on ball feet, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1929, 9cm high, 6 oz; together with a silver twin handled pedestal sugar basin, decorated with a Celtic frieze, by James Woods & Sons, Birmingham 1922, 4.5 oz; and a silver sauce boat, with scroll handle, Birmingham 1939, 3 oz (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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635. A SILVER CIRCULAR BUTTER DISH AND COVER, with pierced decoration and three dolphin supports, glass liner, by Bishton’s Ltd, Birmingham 1959, 11cm diameter, with a small butter knife by the same maker; and a pair of late Victorian silver baluster salts, by Barker Bros, Birmingham 1900 (3) £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

636. A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SILVER BACKED CLOTHES BRUSHES, of shaped outline, chased and engraved with lions and scrolling foliage, by R Blackinton & Co., 11.5cm long; and a pair of silver dwarf candlesticks, Birmingham 1953, 9cm high (4) £30-50 (plus 27% BP*)

637. A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER HANDLED FISH SERVERS, with plated pierced and engraved blades, cased, another similar pair with ivory handles, cased, a set of six silver handled dessert knives and forks, cased, and a small quantity of other plated items (qty) £30-40 (plus 27% BP*)

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638. A SILVER SHALLOW BOWL, the spot hammered body with applied pierced stylised motifs, and having beaded borders, by Sandheim Bros, London 1916, 15.5cm diameter, 6 oz; and a plain spot hammered silver bowl, by Ronald Napier & Robert Grant, London 1978, 8cm diameter, 6.5 oz (2) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 639. A SILVER TWIN HANDLED SUCRIER, and matching milk jug, by James Woods & Sons, Birmingham 1926, 5.5 oz, in fitted case; together with a silver pedestal bowl, Sheffield 1929, 5.5 oz, boxed; and an Edwardian silver large spill vase, Birmingham 1906, 31cm high (weighted base) (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 638

640. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER OVAL SWEETMEAT BASKET, with pierced and embossed decoration, by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1890, 16cm, 4 oz; and a pierce decorated silver bottle coaster, with turned wooden base, Birmingham 1913 (2) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*) 641. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE CHRISTENING SET, with florally engraved decoration, by Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1890, cased; two further cased silver christening sets; a pair of silver peppers; a pair of salts; a set of six teaspoons; and other silver items, all cased; and a silver photograph frame (qty) £70-100 (plus 27% BP*) 642. See page 118

Lot 640

643. A MID VICTORIAN SILVER GLOBULAR TEAPOT, with engraved decoration, and having ivory handle and knop, by John Samuel Hunt, and impressed ‘Hunt & Roskell, late Storr & Mortimer’, London 1863, 15.5cm high, 20 oz £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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642. A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT, of compressed globular form, embossed and chased with flowering foliage, with vine leaf border, and foliate finial, by Charles Fox II, London 1828, 16cm high, 24 oz £200-250 (plus 27% BP*)

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644. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, of globular form, engraved with ivy leaves, by Richards & Brown, London 1878, 14.5cm high, 18.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

645. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT, of lobed baluster form, chased and engraved with stylised foliage, by Benjamin Preston, London 1853, 16.5cm high, 20 oz £180-220 (plus 27% BP*) 646. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, the rounded rectangular body with a band of reeded decoration, on ball feet, by Alice & George Burrows II, London 1807, 15cm high, 21.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

647. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER BALUSTER TEAPOT, with spirally lobed body, and flower finial, by John Wilmin Figg, London 1840, 22cm high, 26.5 oz £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 644

648. A SILVER THREE PIECE BACHELOR’S TEA SERVICE, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Charles S. Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1919 and 1920, teapot 12.5cm high, 19 oz overall (3) £120-160 (plus 27% BP*)

649. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER, with foliate and scroll cast shaped border, engraved with stylised flowering foliage, and with presentation inscription from the Mayor and Free Burgesses of the Borough of Saltash dated 11th April 1844, on scallop and scroll feet, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1844, 26.5cm diameter, 20 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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650. A SILVER LIMITED EDITION COMMEMORATIVE PLATE, for Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee 1977, by Danbury Mint, Sheffield 1977, No. 1330/2500, 26.5cm diameter, 18 oz, in glazed display case with certificate £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 652

651. A MATCHED PART SERVICE OF 19TH CENTURY SILVER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising 5 table forks, 6 dessert forks and 6 dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 36oz (qty) £250-300 (plus 27% BP*) 652. A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SAUCE LADLES, by William Stroud, London 1820, and a quantity of 19th Century silver old English and fiddle pattern flatware, comprising 8 table forks, a further pair (one cut as a salad fork), a table fork and a dessert spoon, various dates and makers, 27oz. (qty) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

653. A SET OF FIVE MID-VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS, by Edwin Henry Sweet, Exeter 1852, and a quantity of mainly 19th Century silver tea and condiment spoons, various dates and makers, 26oz. £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

654. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER WINE COASTERS, with reeded borders, half-lobed sides, and turned wooden bases, crested, maker’s mark HN, possibly Henry Nutting, London 1806, 14cm diameter (2) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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655. A SET OF FOUR GEORGE III SILVER OVAL SALTS, with pierced and engraved decoration, blue glass liners, on claw and ball feet, by Robert Hennell I, London 1776 and 1777, 8.5cm wide, and a further pair of similar Victorian salts (6). £140-180 (plus 27% BP*) 656. A SILVER LIMITED EDITION ‘HERTFORD ELIZABETHAN CHALICE’, by Garrard & Co. Ltd., London 1972, no 407/1300, boxed with certificate, 16cm high, 60-100. £60-100 (plus 27% BP*)

657. A SILVER FACETED CYLINDRICAL TEA CADDY AND COVER, LONDON 1908, a silver circular small dish, a silver backed hairbrush, a pair of Victorian silver plated grape scissors, cased, and a small quantity of silver plated items (qty). £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 655

658. A SET OF SIX EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS, with mother of pearl handles, by Samuel Harwood, Sheffield 1838, in original fitted mahogany case. £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 659. See page 122

660. A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT, of oval form, engraved with Greek key and anthemion frieze, having fruitwood handle and ivory knop, by John Emes, London 1806, 14cm high, with a matching twin-handled sucrier and milk jug, by other makers (marks indistinct, ?B), London 1808 and 1809, 26.5oz overall. (3) £250-350 (plus 27% BP*)

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659. A GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE BIGGIN ON STAND, the cylindrical pot with reeded borders and fruitwood handle, the stand with reeded curved legs and with burner, Solomon Hougham, London 1804, 30cm high, 27oz overall. £500-700 (plus 27% BP*)

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Lot 662 661. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER CIRCULAR ENTREE DISH AND COVER, with gadrooned boarder, and lobed cover with reeded loop handle, marks worn, cover with maker’s mark for Paul Storr, crested, 22cm diameter, 30oz. £500-700 (plus 27% BP*) 662. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE BACHELOR’S TEA SERVICE, of compressed, half-lobed design, the teapot with ivory flower finial, by Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd, London 1901 and 1902, teapot 9.5cm high, 21.5oz overall. (3) £150-200 (plus 27% BP*) 663. A GEORGE II SILVER WAITER, with piecrust border, on pad feet, by William Peaston, London 1749, 15.5cm diameter, 7oz. £200-300 (plus 27% BP*)

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664. A PAIR OF GEORGE II SCOTTISH SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped stems, on shaped square bases with scallop cast corners, by Robert Gordon, Edinburgh 1759, 22.5cm high, 40oz overall. (2) £1000-1500 (plus 27% BP*)

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665. A SILVER SMALL SALVER, WITH PIECRUST BORDER, on claw and ball feet, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1912, 21.5cm diameter, 14oz. £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 666. A GEORGE II SILVER SAUCE BOAT, with scroll handle, on shaped pad feet, maker’s mark partly rubbed, ?M, London 1755, 14cm long, 4.5oz. £50-80 (plus 27% BP*)

667. A SILVER OVAL DRESSING TABLE TRAY, by Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1921, 28.5cm wide, 11.5oz. £80-120 (plus 27% BP*) 668. A SILVER SMALL COFFEE POT, of tapering form, with hinged domed cover, and composite handle, by S W Smith & Co, London 1916, 16.5cm, 9oz all in; an Edwardian silver sauceboat, of shaped oval outline, with reeded handle, on oval pedestal foot, by Gorham Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1909, 6oz, and a George III silver cream jug, by William Hall, London 1808, 4oz. (3) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 665

669. A GEORGE III SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, with reeded border, by John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam, London 1791, the associated snuffer with indistinct marks but possibly by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, 12.5cm diameter, 7.5oz. £100-150 (plus 27% BP*) 670. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, with lobed borders, and matching snuffer, by Robinson, Edkins & Aston, Birmingham 1845, 14cm diameter, 7.5oz £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

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671. A PAIR OF MID-VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped baluster stems, the shaped square bases with scalloped corners, by Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1859, 22.5cm high. (2) £300-400 (plus 27% BP*)

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672. AN AMERICAN PEWTER DOUBLE CHAMPAGNE ICE BUCKET, by Kenneth Turner, of oval form, on disc feet £50-80 (plus 27% BP*) 673. See page 128

674. A GEORGE II SILVER PAP BOAT, the base engraved with initials ‘T’ over ‘I.S.’, by William Coles, London 1739, 10cm long £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 672

675. A GEORGE I SILVER SUGAR CASTER, of girdled baluster form with pierced domed cover, crested, by William Fawdery, London 1724, 13.5cm high, 4 oz £250-350 (plus 27% BP*) 676. AN EARLY GEORGE III SILVER KITCHEN PEPPER, with domed pierced cover, cylindrical sides and scroll handle, maker’s initials T.L., London 1770, 7.5cm high, 3.5 oz £150-200 (plus 27% BP*)

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673. A PAIR OF EARLY GEORGE II SILVER CANDLESTICKS, with knopped octagonal baluster stems, on chamfered square bases, by John Hugh Le Sage, London 1728, 17.5cm high, 29 oz overall (2) £2500-3000 (plus 27% BP*)

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677. A SET OF EIGHT EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, by James & Walter Marshall, Edinburgh 1839, 9 oz (8) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 677

678. A GEORGE III SILVER GAME SKEWER, with plain loop handle, by George Smith III, London 1782, 21.5cm long £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

679. A SET OF SIX EARLY 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH SILVER TEASPOONS, by Alexander Spence, Edinburgh circa 1820; four various 19th Century silver condiment spoons; a silver caddy spoon, with shovel shaped bowl, Chester 1914; and a Danish silver circular small dish by Georg Jensen, import marks for 1958, 5.6cm diameter, 5.5 oz overall (12) £60-80 (plus 27% BP*) 680. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COASTERS, with gadrooned borders and lobed sides, turned wooden bases, crested, 16cm diameter (2) £30-40 (plus 27% BP*) 681. A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, the teapot with ebonised handle and knop, by Walter & Hall, Sheffield 1920, teapot 15cm high, 37 oz overall (3) £280-350 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 678

682. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG, embossed and engraved with scrolling foliage, by Walter Morrisse, London 1849, 8.5cm high, 6 oz; a mid Victorian silver christening mug, engraved with flowers, on spreading shaped and scroll cast foot, by John Harrison & Co., Sheffield 1869, 9cm high, 3 oz; and a silver oval capstan inkwell, Birmingham 1916 (3) £80-120 (plus 27% BP*)

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683. A SET OF SIX SILVER GILT AND VARICOLOURED ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, by Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1954, cased; and a set of six William IV silver Old English pattern teaspoons, by John Walton, Newcastle 1832, later case (2) £40-50 (plus 27% BP*)

Lot 683

684. A SET OF SIX EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, by William Bateman II, London 1837; an 18th Century silver Old English pattern tablespoon, marks indistinct; and a Georgian fiddle pattern dessert spoon, 6 oz overall (8) £40-60 (plus 27% BP*)

685. AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON, with scalloped bowl and fiddle pattern handle, by Robert Williams & Sons, Exeter 1849; five various 19th Century silver condiment spoons; a set of six silver teaspoons, Sheffield 1935; a pair of silver sugar tongs, cased; two further sets of six teaspoons; and three sets of six bean and coffee spoons, all cased; a set of six Eastern white metal coffee spoons with novelty terminals; and a small Eastern ovoid pepper, with engraved decoration (qty) £100-150 (plus 27% BP*)

686. AN EDWARDIAN DRESSING CASE, the fitted interior containing six silver topped faceted glass jars, Birmingham 1903; and various ebonised accessories etc., together with five further silver topped glass jars; a silver mounted watch holder, Birmingham 1906; a silver vesta case; a white metal chain link purse and a ruby glass scent bottle (AF) (qty) £80-100 (plus 27% BP*)

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BUYERS TERMS & CONDITIONS Mallams carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Mallams or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate. (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description. (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer. (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Mallams accepts instructions from sellers or their agents. (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions. (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising. (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (2) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22.5%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law. VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk.Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. You may pay for purchases in a number of ways: Bank Transfer, Cheque, Debit card, Cash and Credit card to a maximum of £2000.00 (plus 2.28% VAT inc. on Business and NonEEA cards). (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the layout of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in

writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable.Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded.This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website however we are happy to provide them when requested subject to our terms and conditions of sale.The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault. (3) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 1. 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Chinese, Japanese & Islamic Art 29th & 30th April 2020 CHELTENHAM

Consignments Invited

Chinese famille rose shallow bowl, Yongzheng mark (1723-1735), 21 cm from a private Worcestershire collection.

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